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Vicar brings together religious sensibilities from different religions in an intercultural encounter

This week, Vicar hosted an intercultural and religious meeting called "Unity in Diversity" in which participants came from all walks of life.

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Vicar brings together religious sensibilities from different religions in an intercultural encounter

This week, Vicar hosted an intercultural and religious meeting called "Unity in Diversity" in which participants came from all walks of life. This event was organized by the Movement for Peace and the Vicar Consistory within the framework Eracis de Vicar.

The goal was to improve relations among people of different backgrounds based on the recognition and knowledge of the cultural identities of neighbors in the municipality (Muslim Catholic, Evangelical, Orthodox), as well as promoting discovery of differences and signs that identity that enrich coexistence.

This meeting was also used to bring together culture, traditions and outstanding festivals, music, gastronomy and prayers on special days of year, such as Holy Week or Ramadan.

Antonio Bonilla, Vicar mayor, said that these types of actions "allow us to spread our rich cultural diversity through its diverse religious practices which allows us promote mutual knowledge and combat stereotypes and promote integration and mutual enrichment."

This was done for three hours on the Bulevar Ciudad de Vicar. The attendees learned about Vicar's religious and cultural diversity, which generated understanding and respect.

Actually, there were once work groups that were made up of people from different religions. They worked together in the weeks before the meeting on creating murals that would allow them to show off the key features of each religion in a more visual manner.

To create a large mural, continuous paper was placed at the meeting. This allowed people to contribute from their religious viewpoints. A map of Vicar was also shown to show the locations of worship for the various religious identities in the city, with the intent of making public the available resources.

Antonio Bonilla expressed gratitude to the Eracis program, saying that it helped him to understand the various cultures and foster mutual enrichment. He assured that this creates a multiethnic, multicultural, interreligious, and intercultural society that promotes acceptance, understanding, and promotion of the culture and peace.

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