Our Holy Days: Celebrating Religious Diversity!
We are all uniquely different and one of the ways we show off our stunning selves is through faith. I am a firm believer when it comes to faith, that faith is displayed at it highest point during the Holy Days. Have you ever wondered how someone of another faith celebrates their Holy Days?Or even the simplest things such as what kind of food they might eat, or music they listen to? Well this week you have the opportunity to come and celebrate not only your faith, but indulge in the celebration of others.
The President’s Lecture Series on Diversity in partnering with the UT Center for Religious Understanding is hosting an event called, ‘Our Holy Days.’ This event will look at various faith traditions by way of a panel discussion that has representatives from: Buddhism, Catholicism, Judaism, Protestantism, Islam and Pagan traditions.
Please come and join us as we discuss how different faith traditions celebrate their Holy Days. The event will be on Thursday November 1st from 11:30 am to 1 pm. Lunch begins at 11:30 am and the discussion will promptly follow at noon.
We hope you can come out and celebrate our University’s religious diversity at this great event!