Culture and Religion Intertwined: How do We Stay True to Ourselves?
An Interfaith Harmony Week Event for Students and Young Adults
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."
Come and explore how we can live out our faith fully in the cultures we are living in today.
1. Experts Panel:
How do Culture and Religion influence and interact with each other (with respect to the Jewish, Catholic and Islamic faith tradtions)?
Andrea Nemtin (President and CEO, Inspirit Foundation)
Rabbi Aaron Flanzraich (Senior Rabbi, Beth Sholom Synagogue) - Jewish
Dr. John Dadosky (Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy, Regis College) – Roman Catholic
Muneeb Nasir (President, Olive Tree Foundation) – Islam
2. 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?
Ammar Baig (Animator, Muslim-Catholic Student/Young Adult Dialogue)
Student/Young Adult Panelists:
Naomi Shore (Student Board Member, Hillel Ryerson) - Jewish
Kevin Lo (Intern Architectural Technologist, Muslim-Catholic Student/Young Adult Dialogue Alumni) – Roman Catholic
Dalia Hashim (President, Muslim Student Association at the University of Toronto) – Islam
3. Group Discussions and Sharing (with respect to real life experiences)
Light Refreshments will be served.
For more information, please contact Vivian at firstname.lastname@example.org or (416) 934-3400 ext. 527.
Date and Time
University College, Croft Chapter House
15 King's College Circle, University of Toronto
Toronto, ON M5S 3H7