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more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the

more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

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more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.

Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.

The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.

Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.

The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.

Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

more Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston.

less Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith ... William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of the Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston. William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza ... William Lawson, Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Brigitte Kalai greet each other at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.

million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.

Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.

The final .5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.

Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.

The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.

Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a

more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

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more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.

Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.

The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.

Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.

The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.

Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

more Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston.

less Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith ... William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of the Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston. William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza ... William Lawson, Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Brigitte Kalai greet each other at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.

million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

more Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of

more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

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more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.

Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.

The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.

Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.

The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.

Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

more Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston.

less Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith ... William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of the Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston. William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza ... William Lawson, Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Brigitte Kalai greet each other at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.

million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston.

less Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of

more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

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more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.

Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.

The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.

Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.

The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.

Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

more Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston.

less Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith ... William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of the Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston. William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza ... William Lawson, Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Brigitte Kalai greet each other at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.

million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith ... William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of

more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

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more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.

Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.

The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.

Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.

The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.

Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

more Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston.

less Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith ... William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of the Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston. William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza ... William Lawson, Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Brigitte Kalai greet each other at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.

million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of the Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston. William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of

more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

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more Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff share a laugh before unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. The program's goal is develop leadership skills within an interfaith context in civic, faith and business life. Bashar Kalai, CEO and founder of the Houston-based oil and gas engineering technology firm Amerapex Corp., and his wife, Brigitte, were inspired to make the $1 million commitment because of their love for the city and their Muslim faith.

Monday the kids are helping run and are the special guests at a panel discussion moderated by Stephen Klineberg with some of Houston's first interfaith leaders: Rabbi Samuel Karff, Rev. The discussion about the city's interfaith history and their vision for its future is being filmed at Andalucia Media Arts Center and will have a live studio audience of about 50. "It celebrates three people who have dedicated more than money – they have dedicated their lives," he said.

The final $2.5 million of the goal was for the plaza's construction and a reserve fund to maintain the space.

Fiorenza, Karff and Lawson, all now in their 80s and often referred to as the Three Wise Men, expressed deep gratitude for the gift and the honor while reflecting on why the plaza will be an important symbol for Houston.

The gift was announced on December 6, 2017 by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and convenes dialogues that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships. Fiorenza, Reverend William Lawson and Rabi Emeritus Samuel Egal Karff discuss religion and diversity in Houston on March 5, 2013. William Lawson, founding pastor of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.

Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest project at United Way on Monday, Sept. ( Mayra Beltran / Houston Chronicle ) less Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Baptist Reverend William Lawson are leaders who have quietly guided Houston's conscience for decades and now are unveiling their newest ... more Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. Baptist Reverend William Lawson greets guest as Catholic Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Fiorenza and Rabbi Samuel Kariff get settled in before their speeches at United Way on Monday, Sept. High schools students Hilario Lumbreras, Lily Gross, Asha Jones and Habeeb Hooshmand participate in the first year of a new interfaith leadership program, i Lead, created by Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston. The Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston on Wednesday announced a $1 million naming gift for the new plaza, which will feature three "Pillars of Light" sculptures to honor the Houston leaders at the nonprofit's Midtown headquarters.

more Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston.

less Bashar and Brigitte Kalai at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of their gift of $1 million for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith ... William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza of respect honoring the friendship of the Catholic, Baptist and Jewish faith leaders who collaborated for social justice in Houston. William Lawson and Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, for the announcement of $1 million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza ... William Lawson, Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Brigitte Kalai greet each other at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.

million gift from Brigitte and Bashar Kalai for a plaza ... William Lawson, Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff and Brigitte Kalai greet each other at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston.

The outdoor space at the nonprofit’s Midtown headquarters will feature “Pillars of Light” sculptures honoring the cross-religious friendship of Roman Catholic Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza, Rabbi Samuel Karff of the Jewish faith, and the Rev.She has been on the cover of Hustler and has been a sensation all over the internet.She even had the honor of being last month's Twistys Treat of the Month."Coming from an interfaith, multicultural family myself, this represents me," Brigitte Kalai said.

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"Having this plaza where they can come and touch it and click on it and learn about the different faiths and the different cultures makes all the difference in all of us living here and making this a better place." Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston is a United Way agency that provides Meals on Wheels and refugee services, manages Volunteer Houston and hosts discussions that advance interfaith relations and community partnerships."We are grateful to be symbols of a larger cause," the rabbi said.



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