Saturday, February 08, 2014

Jewish-Christian Dialogue's Spring Colloquium to Highlight Importance of Food in Our Traditions

Healing the World: Both Jews and Christians advocate for social justice. For Jews, Tzedekah means charity and justice, and Tikkun Olam, healing the world, is a mandate. Catholics have Corporal Works of Mercy. Protestants are active in advocacy for the poor and disenfranchised. How do we differ in our approaches, and what are the similarities?
Jewish Christian Dialogue of New Mexico presents its Annual Interfaith Spring Colloquium. This year, the topic will be Food for Thought: Healing Mind, Body, Spirit, and World.

The event will feature reflections from  
The moderator will be Kathy Freeze, Community Outreach Liaison for Catholic Charities, and there will be a special presentation by Carlos Navarro, Grassroots Anti-Hunger Advocate and Journalist.

Registration: $40 / community. $20 / students. Includes breakfast, lunch, and refreshments.

For more information, please contact Pam Fraser-Walters (505) 291-8115

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