Faith Today columnist James Beverley was in Toronto for a week-long gathering of well over 6,000 religious leaders called The Parliament of the World’s Religions. In his initial report, he considers how a tone of harmony prevailed even as participants considered contentious problems such as religious bigotry and genocide. By James A. Beverley Toronto, arguably the most diverse city in the world, was recently host to the seventh Parliament of the World’s Religions. The first such parliament dates to Chicago…