Interfaith

CSC tackles interfaith dialogue through new faith development training // The Observer

September 3, 2019
The Notre Dame Center for Social Concerns (CSC) plans to tackle diverse dialogue head-on, offering a brand-new interfaith leadership program aimed at providing training to students interested in faith development and religious cooperation. The initiative, called Better Together ND, aims to bring students from the tri-campus community together from all types of faith backgrounds, including Source: CSC tackles interfaith dialogue through new faith development training // The... Read more about CSC tackles interfaith dialogue through new faith development training // The Observer

Birmingham’s Perspective on Religious Divides | The Birmingham Times

July 18, 2019
Blacks and whites from around the metro area gathered for a conversation on race and religion at Sixteenth Street Baptist Church on Monday during the “Bridging Religious Divides: A Local Perspective from Birmingham” event held by the Aspen Institute Inclusive America Project and the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham (CFGB).The program director for the Aspen Institute, Zeenat Rahman, moderated a conversation with Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, of Union Theological Seminary and Washington National C

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