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INTERFAITH RETREAT - One Day Only!

CELEBRATE YOUR FAITH AND LEARN FROM THE BELIEFS, TRADITIONS, AND PRACTICE OF OTHERS!

Who participates...

All people of faith hoping to understand and learn from the beliefs and practices of others as we explore the question "What does it mean to be people of faith ...at Fordham & beyond?"
Each year's retreat has a new theme, which invites people of any faith background to come together to reflect on your experience of living a life of faith.  Whether you're committed to a particular faith or are searching for what you believe, this retreat will provide the opportunity to delve into great questions and conversation with one another!
All are welcome!


What happens...
A great team of student leaders from diverse faith backgrounds wil...
  • Lead us in reflection on our own experiences
  • Invite us into prayer experiences from different traditions
  • Share meals from various celebrations, and
  • Facilitate fun community activities as we get to know one another as people of faith striving to make the connections between faith and life on campus and in the world today.Where...
Where...
The 2015 location is TBD but will be within the area to facilitate a one-day retreat
       
When...
Saturday, March 28, 2015
       
What they are saying...
"The Interfaith retreat has been great to understand new things about other spiritual traditions; things that are startlingly similar, but also things that are different and intriguing.  It helps retreatants see each other in a new and different light, showing the different ways in which people incorporate their own faith life into their lives, and paving the way for worthwhile and sometimes unexpected friendships."
       
For More Information...
        Contact Conor O'Kane, Director of Interfaith Ministries, 718-817-1272, McGinley 205C
         or Erin Hoffman, Asst. Director for Spiritual Programs, 718-817-4509, McGinley 206



   

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