A panel of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim scholars will explore the different ways their religious traditions understand abortion and how their beliefs are lived out in a pluralistic democracy. Learn about the deep convictions that motivate religious people on all sides of this complex issue. Monday, September 19, 7pm, Donahue Auditorium, Dolan Science Center. Sponsored by the Breen, Mandel, Nursi, and Tuohy Chairs in the Department of Theology & Religious Studies.
More information at: jcu.edu/religion-after-roe.