History of InterReligious Understanding Program at Phillips

"Religious Rituals and Festivals"
Original Course dates: August 28 - October 2, 2014

This course was designed to provide a study of important public and private rites, and traditional life-cycle celebrations, which shape the distinctive pieties of various religio-cultural communities in Oklahoma and elsewhere around the world. Faiths/topics, dates, and instructors are listed below:

Religion/Topic Instructor
August 28
 Native American Traditions
 Richard Grounds, Director
Yuchi Language Project
 September 4
 Hindu Traditions
 N. C. Mathur
India Association of Greater Tulsa
   September 11       
 Christian Traditions 
(Roman Catholicism)
 Msgr. Patrick Gaalaas, Pastor
Saint Bernard of Clairvaux Parish 
 September 18
 Islamic Traditions
 Imad Enchassi, Imam
The Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City
 September 25
 Morman Traditions
 Judge David Peterson
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
October 2
Sikh Traditions
 Sabi Singh, President
The Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma
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