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MUSLIM-CATHOLIC STUDENT DIALOGUE – MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES

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MUSLIM-CATHOLIC STUDENT DIALOGUE – MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES

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The Muslim-Catholic Student Dialogue, supported by the Office of Ecumenical and Interfaith Affairs of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto and the Canadian Council of Imams, strives to foster mutual and deeper understandings of the Islamic and Catholic faiths. The dialogue supports uniting and life-giving friendships between Catholic and Muslim students through thought-provoking dialogues on topics related to both faiths and by living out these faiths through social service activities.

Starts: November 28 @ 6:00pm
Ends: November 28 @ 8:00pm
Location: St. Michael College - Faculty of Theology (Room 102)
Cardinal Flahiff Centre
(95 St. Joseph’s Street – 2 traffic lights south of Bay and Bloor Sts.)

Mental Health Issues: Understandings and Practices in Islam and Catholicism

Facilitators: Aisha (Muslim) and Gaby (Catholic)

St. Michael College – Faculty of Theology (Room 102)
Cardinal Flahiff Centre
(95 St. Joseph’s Street – 2 traffic lights south of Bay and Bloor Sts.)