Tony Blair launches faith foundation
I say good luck to him - it seems like an impossible task, but I suppose that's why it's called the 'faith' foundation, as you need to have faith for something like that to succeed.
Mr Blair, who is a Roman Catholic, unveiled the foundation in New York.
The Tony Blair Faith Foundation has three aims: to promote faith as a force for good, improve awareness between religions and tackle poverty and war.
Mr Blair said there was "nothing more important" than creating understanding between different faiths and cultures.
Before the official launch at the headquarters of media group Time Warner, he said: "Religious faith will be of the same significance to the 21st Century as political ideology was to the 20th Century.
"In an era of globalisation, there is nothing more important than getting people of different faiths and cultures to understand each other better and live in peace and mutual respect; and to give faith itself its proper place in the future."
At the launch in New York he said: "The characteristic of today's world is change. The consequence is a world opening up and becoming inter-dependent.
"The conclusion is that we make sense of this inter-dependence through peaceful co-existence and working together to resolve common challenges."
In another interview with Time magazine, Mr Blair, who is now a peace envoy to the Middle East, said the foundation was "how I want to spend the rest of my life".
The vocation is something the former prime minister has been considering for some time.