Pluralism at XU
Xavier attracts students of more than 15 faith traditions, including most Christian denominations as well as those from Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, and Shinto faiths. Religious pluralism is reality at Xavier. The CFJ offers programs through our office and in partnership with other organizations which intentionally engage students of diverse faith, spiritual, and humanistic traditions.
Programs & Partnerships
Dine Better Together
In conjunction with the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) Better Together Campaign the CFJ hosts monthly dinners with the aim of bringing students together from different religious, social, and cultural backgrounds to be in community over a shared meal.
- For More Information Contact: Abby King-Kaiser
IFYC Interfaith Leadership Institute
Interfaith Leadership Institutes (ILI's) equip undergraduate students, staff, and faculty with the skills to engage diverse religious and non-religious identities to build the interfaith movement on their campus. The CFJ highly encourages XU student participation in the ILI's through sponsored delegations to Chicago in 2013 and Atlanta in 2014.
- To Apply Click HERE!
"When you touch someone who authentically
represents a tradition, you not only touch his or her tradition,
you also touch your own."
- Thich Nhat Hanh