John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue

John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue

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Sharing what Uniharmony Partners Manila organized today in communion with the call of the Holy Father to organize May 14 as the day of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. The Filipino Russell Berrie fellows have been actively part in this endeavor that you may share in your own community. With Fr. Richard J M Babao, Philip Fuentes, Baltazar Acebedo Jr., Ranndolph Romero 🙏🙏🙏
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JUSTICE AND PEACE NEWS – anti racism

Israel has demolished a record number of homes in occupied East Jerusalem in 2019, the most in the past 15 years. More than 140 Palestinian homes were demolished, resulting in the displacement of 238 Palestinians, 127 of them minors. Of the homes that were destroyed, 39 were destroyed by the owners themselves after they received demolition orders from Israel, in order to avoid incurring the municipality’s demolition fees. Following the Israeli occupation of East Jerusalem and the West Bank in 1967, Israel illegally annexed some 70,000 dunums of Palestinian land and extended the boundaries of the Jerusalem municipality to dozens of Palestinian neighborhoods. There are some 350,000 Christians and Muslims living in East Jerusalem. Following the occupation of the city, they were given “permanent residency” status, compared to Jewish residents of the city who have full citizenship. Despite the fact that Christians and Muslims make up 40% of Jerusalem’s population, Israel’s Jerusalem Municipality has zoned only 15% of the land in East Jerusalem for non Jewish use. In addition to discriminatory zoning laws, Israel makes it extremely difficult for non Jews to obtain building permits through lengthy application processes that costs tens of thousands of dollars — an impossible feat for non Jewish families in the city, many of whom live below the poverty line. According to UN documentation, at least a third of all non Jewish homes in East Jerusalem lack an Israeli-issued building permit, placing over 100,000 non Jews at risk of displacement. In addition to navigating Israel’s permit regime, non Jews in East Jerusalem struggle to hold onto their homes in the face of Israel’s rapidly growing settler movement in the city. With the support of the state, Israeli settler organizations have taken control of dozens of properties within non Jewish neighborhoods in East Jerusalem, and have launched lengthy legal battles against non Jewish families in efforts to evict them from their homes. Of 57,737 housing units approved in construction permits in Jerusalem from 1991 – 2018, only 16.5% (9,536 units) were approved for construction in non Jewish neighborhoods

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Apply for The Russell Berrie Fellowship in Interreligious Studies 2019-2020!

https://www.iie.org/Programs/Russell-Berrie-Fellowship-in-Interreligious-Studies

A center for interreligious study and interfaith dialogue in Rome, Italy A partnership between The Russell Berrie Foundation and the Pontifical University of St Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum), The John Paul Center for Interreligious Dialogue builds bridges between Christian, Jewish, Muslim and other religious traditions by providing the next generation of religious leaders with the opportunity to comprehensively study interfaith issues at the Angelicum.

Normali funzionamento

21/07/2021

A very interesting opportunity for interreligious training hosted by The Oriental Studies Circle NGO, founded by our JPII Leader Nataly Pavlik.
Read more here below and consider applying!
Deadline: July 24, 2021

📣🤩Call for participants! Incredible training course on inter-religious dialogue🗿🕌🛕⛪⛩️
"UNION & DIVERSITY: AD DIALOGUM RELIGIŌSUM"

📆31 August - 9 September 2021
🇺🇦Kyiv, Ukraine

🌍30 participants from 10 countries: Algeria, Armenia, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Jordan, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine.

🎯Objectives:
✅to provide participants with an opportunity for a personal interaction with representatives of different religious traditions (Orthodox Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Slavic Native Faith, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc.), and give the space to reflect on important topics related to interfsith dialogue;
✅to raise the participants’ intercultural and interfaith sensitivity;
✅to link youth workers, leaders, academia, and representatives of different religions to overcome interfaith clashes and violent radicalization.

🙋🏻‍♂️🙋🏻‍♀️Participants profile:
✅youth workers and leaders, scholars, teachers, clergy, volunteers who are daily working with young people in the field of religion;
✅over 18 years old (no age limit);
✅good command of English;
✅experienced in the field of religion and non-formal education;
✅willing to promote the project during all phases;
✅readiness to travel during pandemic and follow all the quarantine rules.

💰The project is funded by the European Commission. Travel, meals, accommodation and activities are fully covered.

⏳Deadline: 25 July 2021.

📝Application form: https://bit.ly/2UIbnTd

📮For more information feel free to contact: [email protected]

❤️The project is hosted by The Oriental Studies Circle

#interfaith_dialogue #IRD #religion #Erasmus #training_course

Public Lecture | The Permanent Value of the Literary Prophets 19/07/2021

Public Lecture | The Permanent Value of the Literary Prophets

With the lecture on the Permanent Value of the Literary Prophets, the founder and Director Emeritus of the John Paul II Center Rabbi Jack Bemporad closed the Webinar Sessions for this academic year. The importance of the values transmitted by prophets - Justice, Morality and Responsibility - were the core of the meeting.
Discover more about the topic and watch the videorecording of the webinar!
https://vimeo.com/575413690

Public Lecture | The Permanent Value of the Literary Prophets The John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue hosted the public lecture with its founder and Director Emeritus, Rabbi Jack Bemporad, to explore the revolutionary…

Timeline Photos 14/07/2021

Today: Wed July 14th @ 5pm (Rome time)
The John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue invites you to a Public Lecture with Rabbi Jack Bemporad; The session will cover the ageless importance and value of the literary prophets.
REGISTER: https://conta.cc/3drJMfF

Today: Wed July 14th @ 5pm (Rome time)
The John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue invites you to a Public Lecture with Rabbi Jack Bemporad; The session will cover the ageless importance and value of the literary prophets.
REGISTER: https://conta.cc/3drJMfF

Timeline Photos 13/07/2021

Tomorrow: WEDNESDAY, 14 JULY 2021 5pm (Rome time)
The John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue invites you to a Public Lecture with Rabbi Jack Bemporad; The session will cover the ageless importance and value of the literary prophets.
REGISTER: https://conta.cc/3drJMfF

Tomorrow: WEDNESDAY, 14 JULY 2021 5pm (Rome time)
The John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue invites you to a Public Lecture with Rabbi Jack Bemporad; The session will cover the ageless importance and value of the literary prophets.
REGISTER: https://conta.cc/3drJMfF

News 09/07/2021

News

On June 16th, JPII Leader Allyson Zacharoff (Cohort VI, USA), a Rabbinical Student at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, hosted a hugely successful North American wide online interfaith gathering for women leaders from a diversity of religious traditions with the help of North American JPII Leaders Elyse Brazel (Cohort VIII, Canada) and Rebecca Cohen (Cohort VI, USA). Read more: https://conta.cc/3w6jq9y

News Kindle and Connect: An Interfaith Gathering of Women Leaders took place online on June 16 and brought together women leaders from many different faith and secular/non-religious traditions from across North America for a virtual day of learning and . This event is being sponsored through Alumni Grant...

Timeline Photos 08/07/2021

On June 7th & 8th, JPII Leader Fr. Mak Caesar Abagna (Cohort XI, Ghana), currently a Research Fellow in Rome, held a workshop on The Principals and Skills of Dialogue for the priests in his community in Ghana. In attendance were 53 priests and even the Bishop participated!
Read more: https://conta.cc/3h9B0oF
#interfaith

On June 7th & 8th, JPII Leader Fr. Mak Caesar Abagna (Cohort XI, Ghana), currently a Research Fellow in Rome, held a workshop on The Principals and Skills of Dialogue for the priests in his community in Ghana. In attendance were 53 priests and even the Bishop participated!
Read more: https://conta.cc/3h9B0oF
#interfaith

Timeline Photos 07/07/2021

WEDNESDAY, 14 JULY 2021 5pm (Rome time)
The John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue invites you to a Public Lecture with Rabbi Jack Bemporad; The session will cover the ageless importance and value of the literary prophets.
REGISTER: https://conta.cc/3drJMfF

WEDNESDAY, 14 JULY 2021 5pm (Rome time)
The John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue invites you to a Public Lecture with Rabbi Jack Bemporad; The session will cover the ageless importance and value of the literary prophets.
REGISTER: https://conta.cc/3drJMfF

Timeline Photos 06/07/2021

On Tuesday June 22nd, the JPII Center for Interreligious Dialogue celebrated the graduation of this year's cohort of Russell Berrie Fellows in a moving ceremony attended by the community in Rome and online from around the world. Read More:
https://conta.cc/3w7fEfX
#interfaith

On Tuesday June 22nd, the JPII Center for Interreligious Dialogue celebrated the graduation of this year's cohort of Russell Berrie Fellows in a moving ceremony attended by the community in Rome and online from around the world. Read More:
https://conta.cc/3w7fEfX
#interfaith

Timeline Photos 05/07/2021

Today is the last day to submit your stories!
Witnessed situations where #interfaith #cooperation helped to solve a life problem? JPII Leader Nataly Pavlik (Cohort XII) invites you to participate in interfaith colouring book project; Share your story and see it in a #ColouringBook. Submit your ideas: https://bit.ly/2Uobtzb
OR send to [email protected] (be sure to include #InterfaithingHumanity in the subject line).

Today is the last day to submit your stories!
Witnessed situations where #interfaith #cooperation helped to solve a life problem? JPII Leader Nataly Pavlik (Cohort XII) invites you to participate in interfaith colouring book project; Share your story and see it in a #ColouringBook. Submit your ideas: https://bit.ly/2Uobtzb
OR send to [email protected] (be sure to include #InterfaithingHumanity in the subject line).

News 02/07/2021

News

#Congratulations to JPII Leaders Dr. Nazar Sloboda (Cohort VII, Ukraine) and Dr. Berliana Ali (Cohort VIII, Indonesia) who successfully defended their doctoral theses at the Pontifical University of St.Thomas Aquinas. Read more: https://conta.cc/3h7sG98
#intefaith

News Congratulations to our JPII Center Leaders – Dr. Berliana Ali (Cohort VIII, Indonesia) and Dr. Nazar Sloboda (Cohort VII, Ukraine) who graduated with their doctorates!

Timeline Photos 01/07/2021

JPII Leader Nataly Pavlik (Cohort XII, Ukraine) cordially invites you to participate in interfaith colouring book project; Have witnessed witty situations where interfaith cooperation helped to solve a life problem, or at least relieve tension in communication? Share your story and see it play out on the pages of a #ColouringBook. Submit your ideas today!
Please share your stories, ideas or concepts here: https://bit.ly/2Uobtzb
OR send to [email protected] (be sure to include #InterfaithingHumanity in the subject line).
Deadline: July 5, 2021.

JPII Leader Nataly Pavlik (Cohort XII, Ukraine) cordially invites you to participate in interfaith colouring book project; Have witnessed witty situations where interfaith cooperation helped to solve a life problem, or at least relieve tension in communication? Share your story and see it play out on the pages of a #ColouringBook. Submit your ideas today!
Please share your stories, ideas or concepts here: https://bit.ly/2Uobtzb
OR send to [email protected] (be sure to include #InterfaithingHumanity in the subject line).
Deadline: July 5, 2021.

Timeline Photos 30/06/2021

This year’s Russell Berrie Fellowship program is slowly coming to a close so we’ve invited the Fellows to share some of their experience and insights they will take with them:

"I consider it a blessing to be part of the Fellowship program. The one thing that surprised me is that this course gave me a key to open to the immense wealth of information in the field of inter-religious dialogue. Above all, it gave me a very good understanding of the important features of Judaism, and its relation with Catholic Church. With the terrible situation in India due to Covid 19, I could only follow the course online so there are things that I missed this year; If I would have been in Rome, I could have connected more with my fellow cohort members and made good use of the libraries. The biggest insight from this experience is the realization that there is a good number of people who are dedicated and desire ardently to become promoters of dialogue and peace; without dialogue there is no coexistence. Beyond the barriers of religions and politics, I understand that there are many people who work in the field of inter-religious dialogue in order to promote human rights in this world. Now I will become a part of it thanks to the Russell Berrie Fellowship Program. After this year of Fellowship, I resolved to enter into the field of dialogue promoted by Kerala Catholic Bishops' Conference back in my home land India. In fact, I have already begun to work with the secretariat of the Interreligious commission in Kerala. I wish to write a new book on Pope Paul VI and Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, a renowned scholar on Hinduism and Eastern religions; to highlight their ideas on Interreligious dialogue. "

-Fr. Baiju (#India)

#RussellBerrieFellowReflections #interfaith #InterreligiousDialogue

This year’s Russell Berrie Fellowship program is slowly coming to a close so we’ve invited the Fellows to share some of their experience and insights they will take with them:

"I consider it a blessing to be part of the Fellowship program. The one thing that surprised me is that this course gave me a key to open to the immense wealth of information in the field of inter-religious dialogue. Above all, it gave me a very good understanding of the important features of Judaism, and its relation with Catholic Church. With the terrible situation in India due to Covid 19, I could only follow the course online so there are things that I missed this year; If I would have been in Rome, I could have connected more with my fellow cohort members and made good use of the libraries. The biggest insight from this experience is the realization that there is a good number of people who are dedicated and desire ardently to become promoters of dialogue and peace; without dialogue there is no coexistence. Beyond the barriers of religions and politics, I understand that there are many people who work in the field of inter-religious dialogue in order to promote human rights in this world. Now I will become a part of it thanks to the Russell Berrie Fellowship Program. After this year of Fellowship, I resolved to enter into the field of dialogue promoted by Kerala Catholic Bishops' Conference back in my home land India. In fact, I have already begun to work with the secretariat of the Interreligious commission in Kerala. I wish to write a new book on Pope Paul VI and Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, a renowned scholar on Hinduism and Eastern religions; to highlight their ideas on Interreligious dialogue. "

-Fr. Baiju (#India)

#RussellBerrieFellowReflections #interfaith #InterreligiousDialogue

29/06/2021
Photos from John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue's post 29/06/2021

Photos from John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue's post

Timeline Photos 29/06/2021

This year’s Russell Berrie Fellowship program is slowly coming to a close so we’ve invited the Fellows to share some of their experience and insights they will take with them:

"I have taken a keen interest in Judaism and I am quite surprised how the religion has developed differently from the biblical times. This could be seen in the unique nature of today's Rabbinic Judaism and its various distinctions. Of course, I had expected some variations as is the case with every historic institution. Also, of a new awareness to me is the huge difference between the Jewish and Christian interpretations of certain aspects of the bible. Genesis Chapter 1 stands out regarding this. Due to this, it might be helpful if each teacher emphatically informs their students that their position on such interpretations are strictly informed by their own religious background in order to avoid confusion in the minds of their students. Regarding my plan after the fellowship, I intend to continue with my doctoral studies in Angelicum."

-Fr. Emmanuel (#Nigeria)

#RussellBerrieFellowReflections #interfaith #InterreligiousDialogue

This year’s Russell Berrie Fellowship program is slowly coming to a close so we’ve invited the Fellows to share some of their experience and insights they will take with them:

"I have taken a keen interest in Judaism and I am quite surprised how the religion has developed differently from the biblical times. This could be seen in the unique nature of today's Rabbinic Judaism and its various distinctions. Of course, I had expected some variations as is the case with every historic institution. Also, of a new awareness to me is the huge difference between the Jewish and Christian interpretations of certain aspects of the bible. Genesis Chapter 1 stands out regarding this. Due to this, it might be helpful if each teacher emphatically informs their students that their position on such interpretations are strictly informed by their own religious background in order to avoid confusion in the minds of their students. Regarding my plan after the fellowship, I intend to continue with my doctoral studies in Angelicum."

-Fr. Emmanuel (#Nigeria)

#RussellBerrieFellowReflections #interfaith #InterreligiousDialogue

Timeline Photos 28/06/2021

This year’s Russell Berrie Fellowship program is slowly coming to a close so we’ve invited the Fellows to share some of their experience and insights they will take with them:

"This has been an extraordinary year to be in Rome—away from my family and my home country during a pandemic that has continued to rage. Throughout my time here, I have felt isolation and deep connection. While the connections I’ve made this year have been fewer than I might have liked—due, at least in part, to the nature of the world in this era of pandemic—they have been intimate and fulfilling. I’ve found myself and others more willing to connect deeply rather than superficially. I’ve been surprised by the flurry of intense emotions—from astonishment to frustration—that this experience as a Russell Berrie Fellow and student at the Angelicum has evoked in me. Questions, conflicts, and harmonies deep within myself have been stirred up in a way that previous educational experiences and contexts haven’t, and I’m grateful for this, even when it has been challenging. Finally, this precious time as a Russell Berrie Fellow has helped guide me on to the next step at Harvard University, where I’ll be pursuing a Master of Divinity."

-Gianluca Avanzato (USA)

#RussellBerrieFellowReflections #interfaith #InterreligiousDialogue

This year’s Russell Berrie Fellowship program is slowly coming to a close so we’ve invited the Fellows to share some of their experience and insights they will take with them:

"This has been an extraordinary year to be in Rome—away from my family and my home country during a pandemic that has continued to rage. Throughout my time here, I have felt isolation and deep connection. While the connections I’ve made this year have been fewer than I might have liked—due, at least in part, to the nature of the world in this era of pandemic—they have been intimate and fulfilling. I’ve found myself and others more willing to connect deeply rather than superficially. I’ve been surprised by the flurry of intense emotions—from astonishment to frustration—that this experience as a Russell Berrie Fellow and student at the Angelicum has evoked in me. Questions, conflicts, and harmonies deep within myself have been stirred up in a way that previous educational experiences and contexts haven’t, and I’m grateful for this, even when it has been challenging. Finally, this precious time as a Russell Berrie Fellow has helped guide me on to the next step at Harvard University, where I’ll be pursuing a Master of Divinity."

-Gianluca Avanzato (USA)

#RussellBerrieFellowReflections #interfaith #InterreligiousDialogue

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