Bellarmine offers program on faith traditions

Bellarmine University will host a program called “Jewish, Christian and Muslim Ways Forward” every Tuesday from March 5 to April 16.

The programs will be presented in Communication Room 203 of the George G. Brown Center on the Newburg Road university’s campus. Bellarmine students, led by the Rev. Adam Bunnell, will facilitate conversations on current issues from the perspective of various faith traditions.

Participants are invited to stay for supper in the University Dining Hall. The program is part of a series organized by the Bellarmine University School for Continuing & Professional Studies.

The cost of the seven-week program is $35 prior to Feb. 26.

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