Sunday, March 27, 2:00-4:00 pm
Presented by Bill Klein*
In this talk, Bill will explore the historical beginnings of Sufism. Sufism is a part of the Muslim faith and has been around since the prophet Muhammad. Bill will examine the basic principles of this faith by exploring the work of a few Sufis who developed concepts that were instrumental in helping the faith to flourish and change the world. Sufism has its roots in mysticism, and it recognizes the inherent truths found in all the major religious traditions.
*Bill Klein, a local graduate of Cleveland State University and Ohio University, is a spiritual director who is certified through Mt. St. Mary’s College. He has over 30 years of experience in teaching a wide variety of subjects such as morality and ethics, social justices, world religions, Hebrew scriptures, and the New Testament. He has served as a lecturer at the University of Southern California and has worked in private schools and colleges in Ohio and California. He is a member of the Jesuit Cristo Rey Network and is currently a teacher at St. Martin dePorres High School. He published a book in 2020 about human trafficking titled “Rising on the Road to Freedom” which is published by Braughler Books. His work can be found on Spiritbeat.net.
NOTE: Face masks are optional.
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