Marcus Braybrooke

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Marcus Braybrooke "has been involved in interfaith work for over forty years, After studying in India, he joined the World Congress of Faiths in 1964 and is now its President. He is a Co-Founder of the Three Faiths Forum and a Peace Councillor. He helped to establish the International Interfaith Centre at Oxford, of which he is now a Patron. Marcus is a retired Anglican parish priest, living near Oxford, England. He is author of over forty books on world religions and Christianity, including Pilgrimage of Hope, What We Can Learn from Hinduism, What We Can Learn from Islam and The Wider Vision – a history of the World Congress of Faiths. He has also written Learn to Pray and 365 Meditations for a Peaceful Heart and a Peaceful World and has edited several anthologies of prayers and meditations, including 1,000 World Prayers and Life Lines. His latest book is A Heart for the World: the Interfaith Alternative, published by John Hunt. . Mary, his wife, who is a social worker has shared in this work and is an active supporter of the International Interfaith Centre." [1]

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  1. People, International Interfaith Centre, accessed September 7, 2008.