The Philosophy, Theology and Ethics department at Notre Dame held an “Interfaith Day” event on Wednesday the 19th of November. Students and visitors from eight different faiths attended the event in order to represent their religion, with presentations given about Buddhism, Sikhism, the Bahai faith, Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Paganism and Hinduism.
All students at Notre Dame follow a Philosophy, Theology and Ethics programme and those who had a timetabled lesson on Wednesday attended the event. There was also the opportunity for all students to meet the visitors at lunchtime. As well as this, a debate entitled “This house believes that God does exist” was held during the afternoon.
The event proved very popular amongst both students and staff. Pictured are some of the visitors along with several representatives from Notre Dame.