Interreligious Institute for Jesuits
And all involved in Jesuit ministries
July 22-30, 2007

Georgetown University
Washington, DC

An intensive summer institute tailored for Jesuits and those involved in Jesuit ministries, facilitated by John Borelli (Georgetown), James Redington, SJ (Berkeley), Patrick Ryan, SJ (Fordham), Ray Bucko, SJ (Creighton) and others, including Thomas Michel, SJ (Rome); introduction to Catholic teaching and the Jesuit heritage on interreligious dialogue and relations, introductions to Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Native American traditions, and an update on Jewish relations; responses to pastoral and educational interests and needs of participants; visits to a Hindu temple and a mosque; morning, afternoon, and evening sessions; Saturday, July 28, noon until Sunday, July 29, noon free.

Arrivals on Sunday, July 22 and departures after noon on July 30, 2007

Tuition: $420.
Rooms:  $60 a night or $480 for eight nights.
Meals: Approximately $25-$30 per diem.
Parking: $12 a day for weekdays; free on weekends.

Participation limited to 25

For further information contact:
Dr. John Borelli
Office of the President
Georgetown University
Washington, DC 20057-1789
202 687-4936
borellij@georgetown.edu
           




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