Students Participate In “Living Faiths” Panel
December 3, 2012 •
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MHS students participated in a Living Faiths Panel in which students representing various living faiths discussed their beliefs and the power of faith in their lives. Hinduism, Buddhism, Reform Judaism, Evangelical Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Sunni Islam, Church of Latter-Day Saints were the faiths represented on the panel. In addition, a student representative of atheism was also on the panel to provide a contrasting perspective. In the photo, MHS students (left to right) Josh Medina (at podium), Jay Dalal, MaryClaire Comeau, Morgan McCool, Madison McCool, Mushirah Majid, and Ky Tran are pictured on the panel. In addition, Thomas Dark, David Keovelay, and Ryan Stolgitis also took part in the panel. The panel was organized by Mr. Parag Joshi and Ms. Emily Fetko in support of the 9th grade Roots of Civilization course curriculum in which one of the goals is to increase student awareness and understanding of other religious viewpoints.