King’s officially celebrates relaunch of Centre for Interreligious Learning and Dialogue

King’s University College has officially celebrated the relaunch of the Centre for Interreligious Learning and Dialogue (CILD). The CILD’s name was changed from the Centre for Jewish-Catholic-Muslim Learning to reflect greater inclusivity, and the centre’s scope now includes all religious traditions. Centre director Dr Julius-Kei Kato explained that the centre’s aim is to “help further learning about various traditions by creating venues in which people of these faiths can represent themselves to others, thus reducing the sense of alienation often felt among adherents of different religious traditions.” The centre will provide educational opportunities and will foster a deeper understanding of a variety of religious heritages within the community. King’s Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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