These are resources for interfaith literacy that are meant to serve as background resources to help you approach multiple worldviews as you work with students, staff, and faculty.
This resources is ideal for first-year students who encounter the unfamiliar, including worldviews about which they have limited prior knowledge beyond what is conveyed by the media and popular culture. These encounters may open opportunities for transformative learning when properly supported.
Campus educators can use this report to gather insights from religious and worldview diversity work happening across the field and apply them to your own campus environments. Throughout the report, you will see a variety of campus examples; although these are context specific, they can serve as models as you deepen this work at your own institution.
Stay up-to-date this year and upcoming years with this Interfaith Calendar.
This type of prayer, patterned after Ignatian spirituality, is great for personal reflection and group reflection. Courtesy of the campus ministry at Creighton University.