- The life of the mind and the life of faith are uniquely related to each other.
- Everyone is welcome – people of all faiths, spiritualities, and personal journeys.
- Every person is treated with dignity; respecting the uniqueness of individuals, communities, and cultures.
- Community building requires hospitality, courage, and compassion.
- Heart, soul, and mind connect us all.
“More than 70 percent of Americans identify as Christian, but you wouldn’t know it from listening to them. An overwhelming majority of people say that they don’t feel comfortable speaking about faith, most of the times.”
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“Muslims across the world began celebrating Eid al-Adha, known as the festival of sacrifice, on Aug. 21, 2018 by visiting the tombs of their loved ones and slaughtering animals like goats and cows for religious sacrifice. The event, one of Islam’s holiest holidays, also coincided with the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.”
“It’s a day of fasting and worship, and marks the end of a 10-day period of repentance.”
“Columbia University’s Earl Hall was recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, in recognition of Earl Hall as a venue for meetings and dances of Columbia’s Student Homophile League, which was the first gay student organization in the country.”
University Chaplain Jewelnel Davis and Kraft Global Fellows Visited China and Columbia Global Centers | Beijing
“From May 19 to 28, 2018, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing collaborating with the Office of the University Chaplain hosted University Chaplain Jewelnel Davis and a delegation of Kraft Global Fellows of Columbia University for their program in China. ”
“MAE SAI, Thailand — Improbably enough, most of the escapes went flawlessly.
But on trip No. 11, to save one of the last soccer teammates stuck for 18 days deep inside the cave, something went dangerously wrong.”