U.S. faith-based groups fight COVID-19 worldwide

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U.S. faith-based groups fight COVID-19 worldwide

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This article explores how faith-based organizations are coming together during COVID-19 and providing aid where possible. Specifically, the author makes note that Christians, Jews, and Muslims are working together during this time to help all people. Not only is this an example of inter-faith ecumenism, but what is actually being seen is a coordinated multi-faith system to give to those who need help. These charities have together to meet the needs of the hungry, are aiding in taking care of those sick with COVID-19, and are helping the poor overseas push through the economic hardship of the pandemic.

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This item was submitted on March 25, 2021 by Brandon Presley using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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