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What do our faith traditions teach us about the spiritual meaning of death and dying? What can we learn from the ritual and practices (of our faith traditions) surrounding death?
The Center for Interfaith Relations invites you to join us at Simmons College of Kentucky for a conversation with local faith leaders on the sacred meaning of death from the perspective of their tradition. Hosted in collaboration with “Before I Die…,” a Festival for the Living about Dying, this FREE event will explore how our faith traditions understand and relate to death. Please register for the event here.
Dr. Ken B. Jobst, Simmons College
Fr. Paul Scaglione, Gennesaret Ministries and Saint Luke Center
Rabbi Nadia Siritsky, KentuckyOne Health
Imam Muhammad Almoutem, Muslim Community Center of Louisville
5:30 PM – Reception catered by Farm to Fork
6:00 PM – Panel Discussion
7:00 PM – Question and Response
7:30 PM – Conclusion
“Spiritual Voices on the Meaning of Death” is part of an ongoing series of “conversations on meaning” hosted by the Center for Interfaith Relations in collaboration with local partners.