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Some images from the Inter Faith Seminar held in Limerick

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Added on 22/10/2013

Some images from the recent seminar organised by the Inter Faith Working Group of the Church of Ireland. The event entitled “Building the Common Household: Gender and Inter Faith Dialogue” was held in Mary Immaculate College Limerick on Thursday 17 October.

Pictured at the “Building the Common Household: Gender and Inter Faith Dialogue”
Archbishop Michael Jackson, chair of the Church of Ireland’s Inter Faith Working Group; The Revd Bonnie Evans–Hills, Interfaith Adviser to the Bishop of Leicester and keynote speaker at the seminar; Bishop Trevor Williams, Bishop of Limerick and Killaloe and Fr. Frank O’Connor, representing Bishop Brendan Leahy of Limerick.

  Pictured at the “Building the Common Household: Gender and Inter Faith Dialogue”
Yonit Kosovske of the Jewish Community; Trish Fallon of the Baha’i Community; Eva Maculova, a Roman Catholic from Slovakia; the Revd Bonnie Evan–Hills, keynote speaker and Lonán Ní Dhubháin of the Mid–West Interfaith Network.

The Limerick seminar examined the ways in which the gender of those engaged in inter faith dialogue impacts on their involvement. It also explored some of the issues which affect both women’s participation in dialogue, and also men’s engagement with women of other faiths.