A Wider Bridge Leadership 2015 Mission Alumna Monica Corsaro holds weekly Interfaith Potlucks and Religious-I-Tea (pronounced “religiosity”) events to people together at the Knox College Campus.
For over 20 years, Rev. Dr. Monica Corsaro has combined both traditional ministry and political activism. She believes strongly in the power of interfaith connections, and visited Israel in 2015 with A Wider Bridge. As Director of Spiritual Life for Knox College, Corsaro is dedicated to provide space for interfaith dialogue.
“The idea of Religious-I-Teas is for a safe place for students to talk and come together and talk about a difficult topic from their faith perspectives,” said Corsaro. “Or, if they’re not from a faith, be able to ask, ‘what would the teaching from that faith be?’”
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