Inter religious dating
He is a panelist on "Talking Religion" a regular interfaith radio program each Sunday, sharing the program with a Jewish and Muslim leader.
He is President of the Massachusetts Bible Society.
For example, many people begin to rediscover the importance of a faith tradition when they start having children. The wedding ceremony, which in some ways is less important than the issue of children, should reflect the traditions of both because both are involved.
In my experience, if there are major divisions over the religious upbringing of children before the marriage, then these issues will only be greater and more troublesome when the children arrive.It may be that some Catholics who are not strong in their faith can only share it by their example.The Church recognizes that there may be cases in which the children will be raised in another faith. It is always a greater challenge when both parties are well connected to their faith.When people of radically different yet connected traditions marry, perhaps they are imaging a new way of viewing life.It may seem disconcerting, but could it not also be a call to greater religious harmony? Cuenin is the Catholic chaplain and the coordinator of the Interfaith Chaplaincy at Brandeis University. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican in 1970 and received his doctorate in sacred theology from the Gregorian University in Rome in 1977.
“When people of radically different yet connected traditions marry, perhaps they are imaging a new way of viewing life.