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Interreligious Dialogue

“God is too large to fit into a credo statement.” said ’Ibn ‘Arabî, Sufi mystic, who then asked each of us:  “Who is God or me?”

During the three planned gatherings, the three women: Jewish, Christian Orthodox and Muslim will answer this question from the perspective of their faith tradition as well as their personal journey.

The three gatherings, organized by the Spiritual Animation Committee, responded to the General Chapter asking us to reflect upon what we can learn from people who are of diverse cultures, races and religious beliefs.

These three women, Sharon Gubbay, Denitsa Tsevtkova et Samia Amor, are our sisters in the faith in the one God.

Welcome to Marie-Rose Durocher Residence on Saturday February 9th and March 30.  The first of these gatherings were held this past November 22nd.

Lise Bluteau, facilitator

 

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