You are cordially invited to the Noble Women of Faith panel that will be held on February 6th at John Carroll University. Three women from three Abrahamic faith traditions; Judaism, Christianity and Islam, will talk about faithful women in their respective traditions.
– Gail Bass Arnoff (Adjunct Professor of English, JCU and Presidential Fellow in the SAGES program at Case Western Reserve University) she will speak about Hannah Senesh and Gita Frankel; Heroines of Holocaust.
– Julie Myers (Campus Minister at JCU) she will speak about Dorothy Day; a model of faith in action.
– Aisha Feyza Keles (Forensic Toxicologist; working as a Research Scientist at NEOMED)she will speak about Asiya (Bithiah); one of four of “the greatest of women” in Quran.
* The moderator is Gail Roussey (Campus Minister at JSU, Coordinator of Liturgy).
John Carroll Campus Ministry Theology and Religious Studies Dept.
Nursi Chair in Islamic Studies
Turkish American Society of Cleveland
“Noble Women of Faith” Panel
Date : Tuesday,February 6th, 2018
Time : 6:15 pm – 8:30 pm
Venue :John Carroll Blvd, University Heights, OH 44118
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