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“Interfaith and Service,” a Religious Studies 290 Class Available for Spring 2020

Posted on November 5, 2019 | Filed under Archive

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Religious Studies 290: Interfaith Engagement: Concepts, Community, and Collaboration, is available now for Spring 2020. A four-credit course on the power of interfaith understanding and cooperation with a specific focus on civic engagement and community service. As a course requirement, all enrolled students will spend the week of spring break with Professor Roncolato in Chicago (March 14-21, 2020). During the week, the group will volunteer with faith-based service organizations, participate in worship experiences, and learn about the work of Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC). Structured learning after the service trip will focus on helping students integrate and articulate their own commitment to furthering interfaith cooperation in multiple communities: campus, local, national, and global.