When Religions Contribute to Education for a more Fraternal Humanity
Study Day in preparation for the World Event Reconstructing the Global Educational Pact (14 May 2020) promoted by Pope Francis
What resources are religions endowed with to educate for a more fraternal humanity? To respond to this question, a study day is organised amongst expert representatives of various religions, including a Christian, a Muslim, a Jew, a Hindu, a Buddhist, a Confucian, and an exponent of the traditional African religions.
|Event date||Feb 24, 2020|
|Hours:||From 17:00 To 19:00|
|Event organizer:||Gregorian Centre for Interreligious Studies|
|Event Category:||Study Days|
Pontificia Università Gregoriana
Online registrations are closed. Registration will still be possible on site on the same day of the event, starting at 16:00, until seats are exhausted.
Simultaneous translation will be provided: Italian, English, French.
Phone. +39 06 67015531
RESERVED SEMINAR for Teachers and Students
The Image of the Other in Our Own Religion
Hana BENDCOWSKY, Ms., Prof. Clémentine FAÏK-NZUJI, Massimo GARGIULO, PH.D., Jaya MURTHY, PH.D., Nayla TABBARA, PH.D., Rev. Halyale WIMALARATHANA THERO
ROUND TABLE open to the public AULA MAGNA
Prayer, Chaplaincy and Choir of the Pontifical Gregorian University video message from His Holiness Pope FRANCESCO for the launch of the "Global Compact on Education".
R. P. Laurent BASANESE S.J. Director of the Gregorian Centre for Interreligious Studies of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Italy
Ms. Hana BENDCOWSKY, The Rossing Center for Education and Dialogue, Israel
Prof. Clémentine FAÏK-NZUJI Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
Massimo GARGIULO, PH.D. Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies, Pontifical Gregorian University, Italy
Jaya MURTHY, PH.D. Essayist and Scholar of Hinduism, Italy
Nayla TABBARA, PH.D. Adyan Foundation, Lebanon
Rev. Halyale WIMALARATHANA THERO International Buddhist Foundation, Switzerland
Salutations and Conclusions
Rev. Fr Diego SARRIÓ CUCARELLA M. Afr. President of the Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies, Italy
Song to Fraternity
Lower Secondary School Pupils, directed by Ms Teresa BRACAGLIA Comprehensive Institute "Teresa Spinelli" of Rome