Posts Tagged ‘interfaith panel discussion’

Spring Colloquium a Big Success!

Posted on March 8th, 2017 by NeW_MeXico

The New Mexico Interfaith Dialogue’s 2017 Colloquium — Prophets and Mystics: Ancient Light for Today’s World — was a resounding success. The event sold out, and about 200 people attended. Our three knowledgeable speakers provided though-provoking presentations and participated in a panel discussion fielding audience questions. The speakers were Rabbi Paul Citrin, one of the co-founders of the Jewish-Catholic Dialogue, […]

UNM Dialogue on Faith Traditions and Tools to Confront Hate

Posted on January 24th, 2017 by NeW_MeXico

In a time of marked polarization and incivility in American public life, universities have a particularly important role to play as sites of civil conversation. The UNM Dialogue on Faith Traditions and Tools to Confront Hate will offer a panel with insights from the moral traditions we call ‘religions’ to confront polarization, incivility, and intolerance. […]

Dec. 18 Interfaith Panel on “Being Non-Christian in Albuquerque”

Posted on December 11th, 2016 by NeW_MeXico

The Congregation Albert Brotherhood will hold a Sunday morning potato latke brunch with an interfaith panel discussion on “Being Non-Christian in Albuquerque” on December 18 at 10:00 a.m. This timely program, a week before Christmas, features leaders from Muslim, Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist communities in Albuquerque speaking and answering questions. The brunch menu includes those […]

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