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CAIR Chapter Honors Church

The Diocese of Southern Ohio reports that St. Timothy’s, Cincinnati, has received an award from the Cincinnati office of the Council on American Islamic Relations. St. Timothy’s has hosted an annual interfaith dialogue series since 2007.

Karen Dabdoub, executive director of the CAIR chapter, said that while the dialogue series normally draws about 25 to 30 participants, the 2017 series drew 130 or more people for each of four weeks.

“At CAIR we understand the great need in our society today, and never more so, for community institutions that are willing to go the extra distance to help our community become a better, safer, more compassionate place for all its inhabitants,” Dabdoub said in her award presentation.

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