DePaul University Division of Mission and Ministry > Religious & Spiritual Life > Religious & Spiritual Diversity > Interfaith Programs
DePaul is a diverse place, and just by being here you are already involved in "interfaith dialogue." Check out our "Four Ways of Interfaith Dialogue" for more details or contact the Religious Diversity and Pastoral Care team for more information.
For more about interfaith happenings on campus, check out our twitter or keep reading.
DePaul's Interfaith Scholars come from various faith backgrounds and meet regularly to help develop interfaith programs that encourage all students to grow and develop in interfaith competency and appreciation—two things that are critical in our global environment. Read more about our Interfaith Scholars.
DePaul's Ecumenical Scholars fosters unity among Christian groups on campus through education and community building. The Ecumenical Scholars also offer regular study opportunities and fellowship activities through LIFT (Living in Faith Together) Student Religious Group. For more info contact Diane Dardón.
VIA Big 3 is a space for students to build an interfaith Vincentian community, learn about social justice and service opportunities, engage in spiritual growth and reflective learning, and develop leadership skills for social responsibility. For more information contact Karl Nass with the Vincentian Service and Formation team.
This interfaith calendar provides information on world religious holidays that fall within DePaul's academic calendar and may therefore effect DePaul students, faculty, and staff. Here is the 2022-2025 Religious Diversity Interfaith Holiday Calendar & Suggested Accommodations.
Or a downloadable PDF - 2022-2025 Religious Diversity Interfaith Holiday Calendar & Suggested Accommodations.
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