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2004 Parliament of the World’s Religions
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Saturday, 07 February 2004
Barcellona, Spain – July 7-13: 10,000 people of faith, spirit, and goodwill will attend the 2004 Parliament of the Worlds Religions in Barcelona, Spain - July 7-13, 2004. The Council for a Parliament of the Worlds Religions, will be holding a 10,000 person conference in conjunction with the UNESCO Centre of Catalonia and the 2004 Universal Forum of Cultures. The gathering will welcome people of all religious and spiritual traditions for dialogue, exchange, and education. The mission of the Council for a Parliament of the Worlds Religions is to cultivate harmony between the worlds religious and spiritual communities and foster their engagement with the world and its other guiding institutions in order to achieve a peaceful, just, and sustainable world.
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