Interfaith Fellowship Day 2013 February 4, 2013

At the 2013 Interfaith Fellowship Day a distinguished panel of experts in their faiths (Catholic, Jewish, Lutheran, Muslin and Sikh) spoke to the crowd.

During the Q&A, an attendee asked about the role and status of women in the various faiths. Three of the panelists responded as follows:

Imam Musa Sugapong, Teacher at the Darul-qasim School & Islamic Center of Cleveland told how the Koran itself is nicknamed as "The Matriarch of the Koran."

Ratanjit Sondhe of Guru Nanak Foundation told of the complete equality of women and men in the Sikh faith. He said that the civility of a society is measured by how educated and respected their women are.

Fr. Damian Ference of Borromeo Seminary told how the Catholic Church follows the model that Christ is the bridegroom and the Church is His bride.

Interfaith Fellowship Day 2013 - Myths and Mysteries in our Religions

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