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This Ignatian Life: Being Muslim in America

A series on the intersection of Ignatian spirituality & current issues in daily life and culture.

In the aftermath of the tragedy in Christchurch and with so many events in our country affecting the Muslim community, do you ever wonder what it’s like to be Muslim today? In this morning of reflection, presenters Fathia Absie (Co-founder, Eat with Muslims) and Nazir Harb Michel (Former research fellow with Georgetown University’s Bridge Initiative) will share their thoughts and experiences of growing up Muslim in America, including powerful stories of facing Islamophobia. Join them and other people of faith interested in using an Ignatian lens to better understand the experience of our Muslim brothers and sisters, and to discern how to be in authentic kinship with the Muslim community.