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Centro Studi Interreligiosi della Gregoriana

Rome / Opening of the Forum of the Center for interreligious studies

The Centre for Interreligious Studies of the Pontifical Gregorian University, directed by Ambrogio Bongiovanni, is offering a programme of public lectures organised along two lines: Christianity and Asian religions and cultures; and Christianity and Islam.

The lectures are available in live-streaming on the Youtube channel of the Univeristy :

Le Centre d’études inter-religieuses de l’Université pontificale grégorienne, dirigée par Ambrogio Bongiovanni, propose un programme de conférences publiques organisées en deux axes :
christianisme et religions et cultures d’Asie ; et christianisme et islam.

Les conférences sont diffusées en direct sur la chaîne Youtube de l’Université

إنّ المركز الغريغوري للدراسات بين الأديان التابع للجامعة البابوية الجريجورية في روما بإدارة أمبورجو بون جوفاني، يقدّمُ برنامج محاضرات عامّة تندرجُ ضمن محورَين: المسيحية وأديان آسيا وثقافاتها؛ والمسيحية والإسلام. ستُبثُّ المحاضرات مباشرةً عبر قناة اليوتيوب الخاصّة بالجامعة.

ستُبثُّ المحاضرات مباشرةً عبر قناة اليوتيوب الخاصّة بالجامعة.

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