This site seeks to foster religious dialogue on the Georgetown University campus in the most informed way possible. In unifying the the knowledge and opinions expressed by students, professors, and chaplains, we can create a dialogue based off of a wide breadth of perspectives, experiences, and opinions.
Georgetown's Jesuit background further promotes this open dialogue, and in creating this blog, I wanted to take the initiative for religious pluralism that exist within various discourse communities (students, chaplains, and faculty) and see if I can help to bridge the gaps between them effectively. I also take into account the evolution of religious life on Georgetown campus and try to discern what sentiments and initiatives brought us to the point we are at today.
Before truly focusing in on Georgetown, I also want to provide a comparison from an that I encountered while researching this topic.
Religion on Campus provides a glimpse into religious life at Brown University and how students transfer their spiritual beliefs to helping to improve society, despite the help of religious institutions themselves.
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