This ICCJ annual conference - organized in cooperation with ICCJ’s member organization the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations (CCJR) and hosted by the Saint Joseph’s University (SJU) in Philadelphia - will examine the complex and diverse experiences of religious pluralism, freedom and tolerance of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim communities in the past and today in the United States in the 240 years since the “Declaration of Independence” in 1776.
This “American experiment” of religious tolerance and pluralism will also be related to the experiences of religious majorities and minorities in many of the countries represented in the ICCJ family.
Philip A. Cunningham, ICCJ President and Director of the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations of SJU, and Anette Adelmann, ICCJ General Secretary, are looking forward to welcoming participants from all over the world to an exciting conference in Philadelphia.
Join us and enjoy the beauty of our conference venue, the Saint Joseph's University, and the company of "brotherly loving" people and, last but not least, feel welcomed by the mascot of SJU, the always friendly looking HAWK.
Link to the online registration