Tuesday, March 2, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM CST
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Tom Judge 
DePaul University 
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Lunch with Vincent  March 2nd, 2021


DePaul faculty and staff are invited to Lunch with Vincent on Tuesday, March 2nd from 12:00 - 1:00 pm where we will be joined by our colleagues from the Office of Religious Diversity and Pastoral Care Matthew Charnay, Jewish Life Coordinator; Minister Jene Colvin, DePaul Christian Ministries and Abdul-Malik Ryan, Muslim Chaplain.  Together they will share how each of their Abrahamic faith traditions empowers them to be anti-racist. Attendees will be invited to reflect on and share about what from their own philosophies, values or religious traditions calls and sustains them to be anti-racist. 

Lunch with Vincent, hosted by the Division of Mission and Ministry, is a twice quarterly gathering open to all DePaul faculty and staff.   Its purpose is to nurture understanding of our Vincentian mission and grow relations within our community while engaging in topics of meaning and interest.  This year, all of our Lunches with Vincent are centered around the themes of Diversity, Anti-Racism and the Vincentian Mission.  We hope you'll join us!