THE 22ND ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF FAITHS, COMPASSION: SHINING LIKE THE SUN, April 19th-22nd at the Kentucky Center

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THE 22ND ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF FAITHS, COMPASSION: SHINING LIKE THE SUN, April 19th-22nd at the Kentucky Center is a multi-day celebration of music, spoken word, film, arts and dialogue with internationally renowned spiritual leaders, practitioners and teachers. Tickets and More Details at www.FestivalofFaiths.org

The 2017 Festival offers itself as an honest broker and stakeholder in dialogue around authentic compassion. World class thought leaders and spiritual practitioners will explore a vision for compassion in our current economic systems, in world affairs, in our cities and within ourselves.

Sessions include: “Getting Real about Compassionate cities” moving from aspiration to reality; “What are the true costs of our current economic systems? The Real Bottom line” with criminal justice leader David Muhammad, Congressman John Yarmuth, Anthony Smith CEO of Cities United, Sadiqa Reynolds and others; Religion & Politics with Ambassador Matthew Barzun, World renowned religion author Karen Armstrong and Professor Noah Feldman from Harvard– exploring justice, compassion and competing world views in global affairs; Short Ignite earth day talks and panel of spiritual and political leaders on faith, farming and conservation with Republican Congressman James Comer, Muslim eco-activist Nana Firman, Bishop Marc Andrus, Dalai Lama student Thupten Jinpa, Patrick Holden and others.

Tickets and Details at www.FestivalofFaiths.org

View/Download the full Festival program:
http://festivaloffaiths.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/2017-Festival-Program-WEBready.pdf

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