Interfaith Responses and Statements: People of Faith Respond to September 11, 2001
- Statement from Rev. William F. Schulz (PDF), Executive Director, Amnesty International USA, Unitarian Universalist Association President, 1985-1993
"Sometimes death comes in the dark, in the dead of night. But not this time. This time the day could not have been brighter or more beautiful..."
- "Deny Them Their Victory: A Religious Response to Terrorism"—An interfaith statement from America's religious leaders, has been signed by over 1,700 religious leaders including President William G. Sinkford and former president John A. Buehrens
- "Bishops Back U.S. Efforts," Gustav Niebuhr, The New York Times
- The Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility issued a statement on the terrorist attacks on September 19, saying, in part, "In the midst of our mourning, we urge a course of action built on justice, not vengeance..."
- The Interfaith Alliance (TIA): Executive Director Welton Gaddy said, "I call upon the people of TIA/F to serve as voices of reason, advocates for liberty, supporters of diversity, patriots with civility and a fellowship of compassion as well as people of prayer, meditation and good will..."
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