Across the globe today, there is lively debate over the implications of our multicultural and multireligious society in civic, religious, and educational institutions. How we shape a positive pluralism is one of the most important questions American society faces in the years ahead. Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry is committed to assisting in this endeavor.
With funding by the Henry Luce Foundation, the Alfred and Tillie Shemanski Testamentary Trust, and generous individual supporters the School is fostering deeper and higher levels of interreligious interaction over the next few years in a number of ways to help answer this question, including:
invited to engage this unique space for conversation about how faith
and spirituality intersect in the 21st century global community with its
unique tensions and questions. Visit the blog.
Please join us! Free tickets required.