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OMNI has a readership which includes chaplains in various institutional settings, clergy and faith group leaders, and many government and institutional administrators. OMNI contains feature articles and reports on the latest issues and developments within the practice of a chaplaincy ministry in multifaith settings, book reviews, and developments in pastoral practice and education.

Recent OMNI articles

Self-knowledge - The Ultimate Insulator
by Shri Ashutosh Ji Maharaj The need for a shock absorber for the bumpy road called life is a universal clamor. Riches do not make an affluent truly happy, and the poor are too sorrowful...

Why some Christians are Spiritually Lethargic
by Jojo Joseph Scientific Officer Engineer Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, India 1 Introduction Despite being deeply devoted to religion, many Christian laymen remain spiritually lethargic or static, with hardly any desire to...

Break Open the Self-Woven Cocoon
by Shri Ashutosh Ji Maharaj It is natural for us as humans to long for peace and happiness. But the kind of living we have become accustomed to, cannot give us equipoise, equanimity and equilibrium...

A society out of balance ......
by Elizabeth F. Rahman Editorial Note: This article first appeared on the Religion page of the Peterborough Examiner 27 March 2004. On the 21st of March 1960, police opened fire at a peaceful demonstration against...

Religious Ethics: A Sourcebook, Dobrin,Arthur, Hindi Granth Karyalay: Mumbai, 2004. ISBN 81-88769-01-0
by Joseph Romain When Religious Ethics appeared on my desk, I was thrilled. Finally someone, author/editor Arthur Dobrin, had produced a useful guide to the ethical frameworks of many world religions. Dobrin, Professor of Humanities...