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June 2020
Starting next week, John Paul II Center Leaders and invited speakers will take you on a fascinating journey-caravan of topics and ideas related to Religion, History, Spirituality and Interreligious Dialogue . Join us on this fascinating journey of #IRDCaravan!
On Tuesday June 16, the theme of the webinar will be Solitude . What is solitude? Is it a value? How do Judaism and Christianity see it? How does culture help us cope with solitude?

Adam Afterman, Taras Dzyubanskyy and Pavlo Tabakov will explore these questions during the webinar and Alumna Emily Judd will moderate a discussion on this topic.
Caravan Speakers and Leaders

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19, John Paul II Center Interfaith Leaders have been actively working online, organizing and participating in various webinars and seminars.

The Interfaith Digital Caravan will engage fourteen alumni of the John Paul II Center who will present on various topics, related to interfaith dialogue in light of the pandemic. There will be eight invited speakers to animate and co-host presentations.
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