Conversations with 3x Nobel Peace Prize Nominee
Archbishop Elias Chacour
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Elias Chacour is the retired Archibishop of Galilee in the Melkite Greek Catholic Church. Father Chacour is known for his efforts to promote reconciliation between Arabs and Israelis. In Blood Brothers, he tells his own and his people’s story that continues to inform present-day Israel.
He is the founder of the Mar Elias Educational Institutions, K-12 (3,000 Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Druze faculty and students) in Ibillin.
He describes himself as a Palestinian-Arab-Christian-Israeli.
Come and learn what this complicated identity means, how it is even possible in a time like ours, and what Father Chacour’s vision of peace entails.
Western Theological Seminary promotes hearing, discussing and pondering viewpoints across the spectrum of public opinion on complex issues.
Presentation at Hope College
Graves Hall 263 College Ave, Holland, MI
Community Presentation at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church
195 W. 13th St., Holland, MI
Kairos West Michigan
Western Theological Seminary
First United Methodist Church, Peace with Justice Committee
Hope Church, Holland
Third Reformed Church, Holland
For more information, contact the Rev. John Kleinheksel at 616.994.0187
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