Culture and Religion Intertwined: How do We Stay True to Ourselves?

Event Date: 
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm

This is an World Interfaith Harmony Week event for students and young adults aged 18-39ish.

Details including RSVP information will be updated as they become available:

The Muslim-Catholic Student/Young Adult Dialogue and the Intercultural Dialogue Institute (IDI) invite students and young adults (aged 18-39ish) to an evening of learning and dialogue about "culture and religion."

Experts Panel:
How do Culture and Religion influence and interact with each other (with respect to the Jewish, Catholic and Islamic faith traditions)?

Rabbi Aaron Flanzriach (Senior Rabbi, Beth Sholom Synagogue)
Dr. John Dadosky (Professor of Theology and Philosophy Regis College)
Mr. Muneeb Nasir (President, Olive Tree Foundation)

Students/Young Adults Panel:
How do we share the joys and overcome the challenges that arise from the influences and interactions between culture and religion? How do we continue to live out our faiths to the fullest, be ourselves, and grow as persons of faith?

Ms. Naomi Shore (Student Board Member, Hillel Ryerson)
Mr. Kevin Lo (Architect, Muslim-Catholic Student/Young Adult Dialogue Alumni)
Ms. Dalia Hashim (President, Muslim Student Association at the University of Toronto)

Moderators:
Andrea Nemtin (Inspirit Foundation)
Ammar Baig (Muslim-Catholic Student/Young Adult Dialogue)

Light refreshments will be served. Come and bring your friends.

Please contact - Vivian Kwok: Tel. (416) 934-3400 ext. 527 or E-mail: vkwok@archtoronto.org

Here’s the link to the facebook event page - https://www.facebook.com/events/1692317144430744/

https://culture_religion_intertwined.eventbrite.ca/

Location

University of Toronto, University College
Croft Chapter House
Toronto, ON
Canada
43° 39' 11.6136" N, 79° 22' 59.4624" W
This community event is not affiliated with Faith Connections, but we believe it to be of specific interest to young adults aged 18-39 and with a faith-based or social justice theme. However, we can be mistaken — if you're not sure this event will meet your expectations, please check with the event organizers.