Leaders of Western Australia’s Catholic, Muslim and Jewish communities – which all share a common origin Abraham – have last week come together to speak about issues that unite them and strengthen the bonds of friendship.
The University of Notre Dame Australia is pleased to be hosting an interfaith event celebrating the three religious traditions of Christianity, Judaism and Islam that share a common origin in Abraham. The theme for this year’s event is: “Care for our Common Home: Stewardship, Responsibility and the Gift of Creation”.
Leaders from the three Abrahamic faiths – Christianity, Judaism and Islam gathered at the University of Notre Dame on 26 October to dialogue and learn about each tradition. ‘Hope in Unsettling Times’ was the theme for the event.
Perth Auxiliary Bishop Don Sproxton, joined by representatives from the Judaism and Islam tradition, will gather to dialogue and connect through their common beliefs at an event hosted by the University of Notre Dame Fremantle campus on Tuesday, 26 October.