About the Project
The Spiritual Diversity Project is a campus initiative aimed at starting an open dialogue among religious and non-religious students about interfaith relations. This is facilitated through religious literacy programs and interfaith collaborative service projects. The initiative is supported by the Office of the Provost, Historic New Harmony, and the Office of Religious Life. Spiritual Diversity Project programs are tailored specifically for our USI community.
Everyone is welcome to join the conversation! From Amish to Zoroastrainism we are open to learning about different philosophies whether religious or non-religious.
JOIN US SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 AT 8PM IN THE RICE LIBRARY ROOM 017 FOR FR. BURNS, THE RAPPING PRIEST; A CONVERSATION ON CATHOLICISM.