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Religious observance

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Religious observance

Programme for Theology and Cultures in Asia / Est. 1987
Missionary Sisters of the Holy Ghost / Est. 1921
International Sikh Youth Fund
Oblates of Saint Benedict / Est. 1871
Falun Dafa
North East Asia Association of Theological Schools
Church of God - Men International / Est. 1946
Congrégation de Notre-Dame / Est. 1698
Gurdjieff Society / Est. 1955
Salesian Pontifical University / Est. 1940
Joint International Commission for the Theological Dialogue between the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church / Est. 1979
International Association for the Study of Canon Law / Est. 1973
Eckankar, Religion of the Light and Sound of God / Est. 1965
Interfaith International / Est. 1993
East Asia School of Theology / Est. 1992
Order of the Holy Spirit / Est. 1180
Congregation of the Oblates of St Joseph / Est. 1878
Global Goddess
Commission pontificale pour la sauvegarde de l'art sacré / Est. 1924
Association of the Friends of Miguel Angel Asturias / Est. 1973
North American Interfaith Network / Est. 1988
Worldwide Family of God Churches
Divine Science Federation International / Est. 1956
International Interfaith Organizations Network / Est. 2001
Sisters of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin / Est. 1853

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World Problems relating to Religious observance

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unreadiness for second coming of Christ
Indecent art
Deluded quest for immortality
Ancestor worship
Communion with the dead
End of the world
Desacralization of life
Loss of the sense of God
Experimental religion
Demonic and spirit possession
Decline of psychic healing
Misuse of spiritual authority for sexual purposes
Spiritual impurity
Infidelity to God
Sin against the Holy Spirit
Messianic policy-making
Belief in self-healing

Action Strategies relating to Religious observance

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Preserving sacred groves
Converting to religious beliefs
Applying conscious spirituality
Applying spiritual principles
Healing the spirit
Releasing spiritual awareness
Being an atheist
Perceiving importance of sacred objects
Imitating Christ
Nurturing spiritual development though family
Faith healing
Communicating christian theology
Giving religious counselling
Protecting from the devil
Providing spiritual journey models
Developing spiritual practice
Resisting the marketing of amoral issues by media
Risking unintentional nuclear war generated by developments of strategic doctrine
Improving doctrine
Preserving spiritual identity
Fostering catholic spiritual training
Preserving reverence for life
Improving social doctrine
Hindering spiritual development
Preserving gods

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