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Week 22 | March 2, 2020
In this section, you will find the latest news about the Interfaith Initiative at Virginia Tech.
Social and (non) religious identities in college
Starting conversations about an Interfaith LLC
Here we share articles about the importance of investing in interfaith dialogue and cooperation in contemporary society.
Civic Religious Pluralism Needs Many Anchors on Campus
Learning about diverse traditions
What Does Contemporary Lenten Fasting Look Like in the Christian Faith?
“How is fasting a spiritually edifying practice that brings us closer to God – indeed, so close that we are better positioned to address the state of our nation?” Read the article by Jeania Ree V. Moore – she is a United Methodist deacon who writes theological aesthetics, practices the arts, and works in faith-based social justice in Washington, D.C.
Diverse ways to live and to find meaning in life
Here, we share stories about how people find different ways to find meaning and purpose in their lives.
Bikers Get A Bad Rep, So They Started A Church Where They Feel Welcome [NPR]
Engage with the Interfaith Initiative at VT
Interfaith Brown Bag Lunch Dialogues
Access the previous editions of the Interfaith Circle Newsletter.