Sunday, 4/28/19 at 4:00 PM,
Sister Norma Pimentel of the Humanitarian Respite Center Catholic Charities Rio Grande Valley in McAllen, TX
Sponsored by Bay Area Border Relief
RSVP via bit.ly/SisterNorma
Monday, April 29th 6:30-8:30pm
Join an interfaith panel consisting of Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist and Christian representatives to address how religious communities view the beliefs and practices of other traditions. The panel will answer questions such as: What does your tradition teach about religious pluralism? How does your religious tradition view other faith traditions? How does it view religious diversity within your own faith? Can adherence to one religious tradition be compatible with respect for the many other religious traditions and convictions in our world? How can we work towards more acceptance of a pluralistic society, and what are the benefits? Are there pitfalls, and how do we overcome them? RSVP here.
Thursday, September 12th 6:30-8:30pm
Join an interfaith panel consisting of Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist and Christian representatives to address the different ways that their religious community has interacted with the state. The panel will answer questions such as: What are normative teachings in your tradition about separation of church and state? How has your religious community traditionally interacted with the state? How does this relationship play out in the United States today? What happens when your religious practices conflict with the state? What are some of both the challenges and benefits of religious communities’ relationship with the state or lack thereof? RSVP here.
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Belmont, CA 94002
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