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Currently on View until June 28, 2015:
Under Cover: Liturgical Garb as Investment in Mystery
Vesture and objects from Tibetan and Zen Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism.
Under Cover: Liturgical Garb as Investment in Mystery presents dramatically varied cultural examples drawn from the collections of individuals and established religious organizations in the Bay Area. To see images and read more, click here.
Upcoming Events for Under Cover
Holy Call, Holy Future – Thursday May 14, 7pm at St. Ignatius Church
We gather to celebrate a shared sense of our purpose as human beings. Doing so we hope to experience not only our common vision but also acknowledge as faith communities our diverse strategies for shaping the future of our planet. We strive to support each other as we commit to be faithful to the Foundation and Source of all being. And we respond to a call to each of us from the Author of all history to nourish the world with our spiritual fruit.
Those invitees able to participate in the service include: Rita Semel (Founder of the San Francisco Interfaith Council),
Rabbi Lawrence Raphael (Congregation Sherith Israel), Shundo David Haye (San Francisco Zen Center), Sr. Sukyana Belsare
(San Francisco Brahma Kumaris), Julia Dowd (Director of USF Ministry), Swami Vedananda (Vedanta Society of Northern California), GL Hodge (Providence Baptist Church and Board Member of the San Francisco Interfaith Council) and Shaykh Suleyman Schwartz (Executive Director of the Center for Islamic Pluralism).
A Panel Discussion on the Art of Inter-Religious Dialogue – Sunday May 17, 10:45am
Join us as we examine what it means to present an exhibition of artworks that focus on Interfaith Dialogue. Six panelists were all asked to select two artworks from any time period that they think best represents Interfaith.
Panelists Include: Prof. Thomas Cattoi, Deacon Steven Herrera, Prof. Kathryn Barush,
Rev. Anh Tran, S.J, Prof. Philip Riley, and Rev. Antoni J. Ucerler, S.J.
This panel will take place in Xaiver Hall located inside Fromm (USF), located on the north side of St. Ignatius Church.
Thursday + Friday 1pm to 5pm
Sundays between morning masses + 2pm to 5pm
650 Parker Ave.
San Francisco, CA. 94118
For map and additional logistical info, click here.