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Domuni wishes you a good path leading to Easter!

All the Domuni teams wish you a beautiful Easter Triduum!

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Domuni and Nosta Aetate 4 : Rediscovering the Hebraic Roots of Christianity

Domuni Universitas is pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership with the NT4 association (Nostra Aetate 4). The organisation is dedicated to the dialogue between Jews and Christians.

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Bible & Archeology Session in Jordan

From 20 to 28 October 2018, Domuni Universitas invites you to a study and research session in the Kingdom of Jordan. Apply quickly !

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Edouard Koutsava: “Study to convey”

Edouard found the best way to Social Sciences and Humanities studies, while working as an educator.

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Elijah Interfaith Institute: summer school and interreligious leadership seminar in Jerusalem

"Sharing wisdom: The quest for one-ness" from July 23th to August 3rd, 2017.

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The Dominican Institute in Ibadan and Domuni Forge an Alliance

The Dominican Institute in Ibadan (Nigeria) and Domuni University, the International Dominican University, have entered a strategic alliance to strengthen the educational opportunities of students from both institutions.

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« Do religions have a significance for Europe? »

International Congress in Zagreb, co-organized by the University DOMUNI, from January 8 to 10, 2016.

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The Director of the Spanish section of Domuni was appointed Provincial of Spain

Professor Jesús Díaz Sariego op, Director of the Spanish section of our University and Professor of Christology and Mariology was appointed the new Prior Provincial of the Dominican Province of Spain

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Identity and Dialogue

by Gustave Ineza, op

Gustave Ineza is a Dominican friar born in Rwanda. He lived through the 1994 Genocide and refugee camps in the then Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo). He joined the Dominican Order in 2002. He studied Philosophy in Burundi, did Theology in South Africa at Saint Joseph’s Theological Institute (BTh) and then at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom (MTh Oxon).

6 Déc Tuesday II Advent : Why are sheep lost in the first place?

19 Sep Year of Mercy: when shall we apologize to women?

20 Jui The inequitableness of denying white terrorists their name