The Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning is a collaborative enterprise of the University of St. Thomas and Saint John’s University (MN), and it also serves the College of Saint Benedict (MN), which shares a common curriculum with Saint John's. Its mission is to promote interfaith learning, friendship, and service among people of various religions.


Scholars From Throughout U.S. to Gather Here for Oct. 12-13 Conference on Interfaith Relations


The Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning will host the symposium “Christian Faith in a Multifaith World” from Oct. 12-13 in the Anderson Student Center’s James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall on the St. Paul campus of the University of St. Thomas. Marking the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s landmark document on interfaith relations, the symposium will feature a keynote address on the legacy of the document as well as four sessions devoted to relations between Christians and members of the four religions other than Christianity mentioned in the document: Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Judaism.

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