The Sultan and the Saint at the Sylvania Franciscan Center

. October 2, 2017.
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Embrace an opportunity to learn how others live as the Sylvania Franciscan Village collaborates with the Masjid Saad Foundation to present The Sultan and the Saint: An Approach to Christian Muslim Dialogue. A six-week group dialogue series, this program allows Christians and Muslims to immerse themselves in one another’s religious practices and discuss how the other group worships. Space is limited, register in advance by calling or emailing Sophia Lloyd at slloyd@sistersosf.org or Dr. Fadia Abaza at fmabaza@hotmail.com. 6-8pm. Mondays, October 9, 16, 23, and November 6 and 13.

Franciscan Center
6832 Convent Blvd. | Sylvania | 419-824-3533

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