On September 26 and 27, 2018, the John Paul II Center co-sponsored a major international interreligous conference entitled: “The Abrahamic Religions: Between Scholarship and Practice” at the Harvard Divinity School with the Harvard Center for the Study of the World Religions. As part of this conference, the John Paul II Center co-sponsored two major public events specified below.
During the first day lectures explored the Comparative Study of the Abrahamic Religions: Heuristic Gains and Cognitive Pitfalls. To watch the video of the lecture, please click here.
On the second day, a panel discussion took place about the public practice of the Abrahamic Religions. For the recording of the session, please click here.
The John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue sponsors unique programs and initiatives including: fellowships for students to pursue interreligious studies including a study tour to Israel, a Diploma program in interreligious studies, top-level visiting faculty teaching interreligious dialogue courses, and public lectures and conferences on Interreligious Understanding.