The Bishops' Conference of Scotland Committee for Interreligious Dialogue hosts its annual colloquium event on 23-24 February 2024 at the Conforti Centre in Coatbridge. Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev Professor Will Storrar will offer a keynote speech and facilitate both events.
The colloquium serves as an adult faith formation opportunity for members of the Catholic community interested in the work of interreligious dialogue, those Catholics active in Interreligious Dialogue, and those who would like to learn more on how become involved.
It will explore the Church’s teaching and history of Dialogue in the context of both the Scottish and Global Church experience. Our theme this year is “with the living God at the Centre”, looks to explore the role of “religious experience” in interreligious dialogue.
Prof Will Storrar
The common thread in Will’s varied career is lifelong learning about the power of collaboration for the common good.
He directs the Centre of Theological Inquiry in Princeton, where visiting researchers harness the power of transdisciplinary thinking on global concerns. His publications include “A World for All?” on global civil society, and “Yours the Power” on faith-based organizing in the USA. Will is an Honorary Professor of Edinburgh University.