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The Abrahamic Faiths: Intersections on Immigration

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The Abrahamic Faiths: Intersections on Immigration

Tuesday, May 1, 2007

4:00 – 6:30 p.m.

DePaul University – Cortelyou Commons

2324 N. Fremont St., Chicago


How does the faith of the children of Abraham illumine the current national discourse on immigration, as well as the lives of immigrants and refugees?


A Catholic Perspective: Elizabeth Collier, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies, DePaul University


A Jewish Perspective: Rabbi Bruce Elder, Rabbi of Congregation Hakafa, Glencoe


A Muslim Perspective: Azam Nizamuddin, Esq., Attorney and Adjunct Professor of Religion, Elmhurst College


Moderator: Fr. Kevin Collins, C.M., Assistant Vice President, Office of Institutional Diversity, DePaul University


A reception follows the program


Your RSVP is requested by phone – 312-362-6872 or by e-mail – jcrawfo1@depaul.edu


Sponsored by: Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs – Archdiocese of Chicago, Office of Institutional Diversity – DePaul University, University Ministry – DePaul University

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