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  • Emerging Trends in Interreligious Dialogue

    March 19, 2014
    5:00 PM - 8:45 PM

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    Emerging Trends in Interreligious Dialogue
    Resource Workshop, Dinner and Program

    A cooperative event of the Washington Theological
    Consortium, the Secretariat for Ecumenical and
    Interreligious Affairs of the USCCB,
    and St. Paul’s College

    You are welcome to any or all of the following:

    4:45: Registration and Snacks
    5:00: Workshop: Models and Resources
    for Interreligious Work 

    Rabbi Gerry Serotta, Imam Yahya Hendi, Clergy Beyond Borders
    Rev. Clarke Lobenstine, Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington
    Dr. Heather Miller Rubens, Institute for Christian Jewish Studies

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    6:00 Dinner and Conversations
    6:45 Plenary “Developments and Hopes
             for Interreligious Dialogue”
    Dr. John Borelli, Georgetown University
    Dr. James Farwell, Virginia Theological Seminary

     

    7:45: Conversation Circles on latest trends:
    Fr. Tom Ryan, CSP: Interreligious Gift Exchange:
    Yoga, meditation, spiritual practices
    Christina Warner: Combating Islamophobia & Prejudice
    Shoulder to Shoulder Campaign
    Drs. Ben Sax & Heather Miller Rubens: Jewish-Christian
    dialogue, Institute for Christian Jewish Studies
    Dr. Anthony Cirelli: Catholic Dialogue with other Faiths
    Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs
    Rev. Clarke Lobenstine, Dialogue East and West
    Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington
    Richard Jones: Muslim Christian studies and dialogue
    Washington Theological Consortium
    8:45: Closure

    There is no charge for the event, but space is limited
    RSVP here or call 202-832-2675

    For event flyer click Emerging Trends 2014 flyer (4)

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