Discussion in ‘ Belief and Spirituality ‘ started by dragonFli , Mar 5, Log in or Sign up. Interfaith forums. Joined: Mar 5, Messages: 3 Likes Received: 0. So my boyfriend of 2 years is Catholic and I am Buddhist. I know he was thinking of proposing soon so we started talking about serious stuff like how are we going to raise kids. We are both very religious and to me it didn’t seem too big of a problem until he insisted upon having the kids receive baptism, communion, and confirmation no matter what. I was deeply hurt after this ultimatum because I was expecting some sort of a compromise. Finally after long endless discussions I suggested that we let the children go through baptism but let them decide about communion and confirmation when they’re
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Philip C. Almond does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. From the 11th century onwards, the Legend of Barlaam and Josaphat enjoyed a popularity in the medieval West attained perhaps by no other legend. It was available in over 60 versions in the main languages of Europe, the Christian East and Africa.
Little did European readers know that the story they loved of the life of Saint Josaphat was in fact that of Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. According to the legend, there reigned in India a king called Abenner, immersed in the pleasures of the world. When the king had a son, Josaphat, an astrologer predicted he would forsake the world. To forestall this outcome, the king ordered a city to be built for his son from which were excluded poverty, disease, old age and death.
But Josaphat made journeys outside of the city where he encountered, on one occasion, a blind man and a horribly deformed one and, on another occasion, an old man weighed down by illness. He realised the impermanence of all things:. No longer is there any sweetness in this transitory life now that I have seen these things […] Gradual and sudden death are in league together.
Cultural Revolution redux? Buddhist pagoda, temple destroyed in China’s north
It’s a question that is regularly asked, but not always accurately answered. It confuses, perplexes, and even angers both Christians and non-Christians alike. It sounds elitist, holier-than-thou, and downright condescending. I’m 28 this year, I’m single, and one of the most common things I hear from my friends goes something along the lines of: “Why so picky?
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Local or regional customs may use a variation of this date. JANUARY 1. Mary, Mother of God – Catholic Christian; Feast Day of St Basil – Orthodox Christian; Gantan-sai (New Years) – Chinese New Year – Confucian, Daoist, Buddhist.
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So how is it possible for a Catholic to marry a non-Christian in a Catholic ceremony? Is the marriage a sacrament for the Catholic but not for the non-Christian? How does this work? Since the Church generally recognizes the validity of non-Catholic baptisms, the Baptist spouse would indeed be receiving the sacrament along with the Catholic spouse. This terminology is nothing new: St.
It was only in the 19th century the West became aware of Buddhism as a religion in and by the end of the 13th century in those of the Catholic church. and translating of the Buddhist scriptures (dating from the first century.
There is no obligation for Buddhists to marry and most Buddhists believe marriage is a choice. As long as they are both happy to do so, Buddhists are allowed to cohabit. As a result, Buddhists do not have any formal teachings on what the marriage ceremony should consist of. The closest that Buddhists come to one is to hold a blessing or celebration but there are no religious elements to the event. Marriage in Buddhism comprises of a civil ceremony that legally unites two people.
Buddhist monks may bless a marriage but will not conduct the actual marriage ceremony. Therefore, the main content of Buddhist marriage ceremonies reflects the culture of the country the couple live in. This is more significant than religious content. Most Buddhists believe the purpose of marriage is to:. Buddhists accept that marriage may cause suffering and should be aware of this before getting married.
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Not too long ago, it was very uncommon for people to marry outside of their religion. Jews married Jews and Catholics married Catholics. In fact, there was a time when even a marriage between an Irish Catholic and an Italian Catholic was frowned upon. But that world is long gone.
Magha Puja, Buddhist, Also known as Sangha Day, this day celebrates the Pontifical Ministry of His Holiness Pope Francis, Holy See (Catholic) Some Countries celebrate Vesak Day 1 or 2 days either side of this date.
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Life revolves around the family for most Sri Lankans. In collectivist cultures such as that of Sri Lanka, the family is the first group a person becomes a member of at birth. The interests of the family are expected to come before those of the individual and loyalty such as preferential treatment is shown to fellow family members. Furthermore, the acts of an individual can impact the perception of the entire family by others. Three or four generations often live together, with the male side of the family connecting the relations.
While the mother holds a significant amount of household authority and is respected, the father or eldest son is usually the patriarch.
Yet those who talk in this way make no objection to receiving Irish emigrants and intrusting them with the elective franchise. But is the Buddhist religion, which prevails in China, much more foreign to our customs and our modes of thinking and believing than the Roman Catholic religion is? There are, in fact, many striking resemblances between the two, and in some particulars the parallel is so close that it is difficult to perceive any difference, except in names.
I will verify this declaration by pointing out some of the most obvious points of similarity. The date of his birth is veiled in obscurity, and varies much in different countries. According to Mongol records it was two thousand one hundred and thirty-four years before the Christian era; but, according to Chinese records, it was one thousand twenty-nine years.
Sir William Jones and other learned Oriental scholars, who have examined the subject, think they find sufficient evidence that lie came into this world about a thousand years before Christ. Buddha Sakia is believed to have been an incarnation of Vishnu. His mother is said to have been a Virgin named Maia, who conceived him by a ray of light. His birth was foretold by a miraculous dream, and when he was born, a marvellous light shone all around.
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Religious diversity is the fact that there are significant differences in religious belief and practice. It has always been recognized by people outside the smallest and most isolated communities. But since early modern times, increasing information from travel, publishing, and emigration have forced thoughtful people to reflect more deeply on religious diversity.
Roughly, pluralistic approaches to religious diversity say that, within bounds, one religion is as good as any other. In contrast, exclusivist approaches say that only one religion is uniquely valuable. Finally, inclusivist theories try to steer a middle course by agreeing with exclusivism that one religion has the most value while also agreeing with pluralism that others still have significant religious value.
Student Life registers student organizations with a focus on Buddhist, Christian, Muslim, and Jewish faiths, among others. MARK’S UNIVERSITY CATHOLIC.
Cao Dai draws upon ethical precepts from Confucianism , occult practices from Taoism , theories of karma and rebirth from Buddhism , and a hierarchical organization including a pope from Roman Catholicism. Worship involves elaborate rituals and festivals. In Ngo Van Chieu q. Chieu became the prophet of the new religion, which was formally established in A Cao Dai army was established in during the Japanese occupation of Indochina.
After the war the Cao Dai was an effective force in national politics; it first supported, then opposed, Premier Ngo Dinh Diem. After the communist takeover in , Cao Dai was reportedly repressed by the government. Centres of worship were established in Vietnamese refugee communities abroad, however, and by the early s Cao Dai was reported to have some two million adherents in Vietnam , Cambodia, France, and the United States.
Headquarters of the religion are at Tay Ninh q. Cao Dai. Article Media. Info Print Cite.
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Buddhism was introduced to the United States near the beginning of the 20th century, but over the past 30 years or so, Buddhism has crept into.
The above video from Bitter Winter shows the destruction of a seven-story pagoda at Qinliang Temple in the northern Chinese province of Hebei. With a police cordon keeping locals at bay and mobile service reportedly blocked in the area, authorities in Zhangjiakou city oversaw the demolition of a popular seven-story pagoda at Qingliang Temple in October That same day, the temple was destroyed as well.
The recently destroyed temple and pagoda had been rebuilt in with donations from locals. The reconstruction, however, was reportedly approved by country, town and village governments, as well as the the local China Buddhist Association. Sign in. Log into your account.