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Cardinal Seán O’Malley helps Merrimack College honor four for their work with interreligious relationsCardinal Seán O’Malley visited Merrimack College April 5 to take part in the annual Feast of Faiths and Awards Dinner and to hand out awards to four esteemed recipients.
The Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations is honoring four people during its annual Feast of Faiths and Awards Dinner with special guests President Christopher E. Hopey, Ph.D. and Archdiocese of Boston Cardinal Seán O’Malley at the Rogers Center for the Arts Tuesday evening.
Merrimack College pilgrims on the 17th annual Pellegrinaggio left campus St. Patrick’s Day for Italy, on a quest to learn more about St. Augustine and the religious order he founded.
Working in shifts along three assembly lines, more than 100 volunteers packed about 15,000 meals for the Merrimack Valley’s food-insecure Feb. 11.
These students are members of the Interfaith Alliance at Merrimack. They recently held two “interventions” to combat Islamophobia by engaging with the community in order to get to know everyone better and dispel any fears or stereotypes.
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Merrimack Valley interfaith community gathering. Keynote speaker: Daoud Abudiab, president of the Faith & Culture Center in Nashville, TN.
Please note breakfast is served at 7:30 a.m.