'Footsteps: A Journey in Faith'

'Footsteps: A Journey in Faith'– a video for Muslims, Jews and Christians; Sustainability Contest deadline is noon Monday

'Footsteps: A Journey in Faith'– a video for Muslims, Jews and Christians

You are invited to a brown bag lunch showing of the video "Footsteps: A Journey in Faith" – a documentary of 12 Minneapolis friends who journeyed together to Israel/Palestine.

The 12 friends were pastors of Muslim, Jewish and Christian congregations. The documentary traces their own faith journeys as they discovered their common ground and their differences.

The video was shown last month to a group of students, faculty and staff on campus, and they suggested that it was important that it be shown again to others on campus interested in interfaith questions. It is an engaging and challenging film.

The video will be shown from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday, April 18, in Room 155, Murray-Herrick Campus Center. Please bring a bag lunch and join us! Beverages and dessert will be provided.

This event, the second in a series of informal discussions aimed at exploring the rich diversity of religious traditions on campus, is co-sponsored by the Undergraduate Student Government, the Leadership Academy, Campus Ministry, and the Office for Mission, with support from the Center for Jewish-Christian Learning and the Muslim Christian Dialogue Center.

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Sustainability Contest deadline is noon Monday

St. Thomas students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to win prizes of up to $300 by producing an original 90-second video on sustainability and posting it on YouTube by noon Monday, April 14. Students may compete as clubs, residence floors or in groups of two or more. Faculty and staff also are welcome to participate.

In addition, individuals may submit other creative responses to sustainability questions using a variety of other artistic forms: poetry, essay, song, visual art, etc. Up to three $50 prizes may be awarded.

Prizes will be presented at Great Conversation No. 3, from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, April 24, in Room 304, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.

Rules for the Sustainability Contest are posted on the Office for Mission Web site. (See the March 26 column in Bulletin Today to learn how to submit entries and for more information about the contest.)