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Tuesday Tabletalk: Interfaith Dinner and Dialogue

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DCM invites you to participate in ecumenical and interfaith discussion on "The End of Time" with our panelists, who represent four diverse faith traditions.
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Dominican Center at Marywood invites you to participate in an interfaith dialogue on May 20 at Tuesday Tabletalk. Participants dine at round tables comprised of persons from varying faith traditions. The evening will include a brief presentation by each of our panelists for the evening, on a theme common to most faith traditions, followed by discussion among dinner companions; and followed with a large group Q and A. With respect to all religious dietary customs, only vegetarian meals will be served. If you or someone in your group has other special dietary needs, call us at 616.514.3325.



PANELISTS: Click on a panelist name below to read a brief biography of each presenter.

DATE/TIME: Tuesday, May 20: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
SUMMARY:After the 2012 consternation over the ending of the Mayan calendar, we will share the perspectives of the different faith traditions about the end of time, the end of the world. Are there signs, are there warnings, should we be worried, do we care?
Cost: $15.00. *CFD: Theology

INFO/REGISTRATION: Call the DCM front desk at 616.514.3325 with any questions and to register via phone.

submitted: rosemary steers, dcm programs/online media

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