Skip to comments.Catholic University Opens Sex-Segregated Prayer Space for Muslim Students
Posted on 05/10/2018 7:06:11 PM PDT by marshmallow
Prayer room designed in spirit of interfaith education
A Catholic university in Davenport, Iowa recently opened a prayer space dedicated to Islamic worship, honoring the legacy of a deceased professor of the school who taught a world religions class.
The prayer room, developed by a senior of St. Ambrose University in collaboration with its Saudi Student Association, is designed specifically for students of the Islamic faith, according to a report on local NPR station WVIK.
The room features sinks for ritual foot-washing, as well as separate areas for male and female worshippers, since Islamic tradition calls for different prayer areas for each sex.
Matt Mahoney, the St. Ambrose senior who helped design the room, called the prayer space outstanding.
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Outrageous and obscene.
WHat’s next Suicide Vest classes? Bomb Making classes?sword swinging classes? hiow about Homosexual Purity classes where we throw them off the roof to see if they bounce??
Why are Muslims attending a Catholic university?
Christian institutions should not endorse the death cult.
Horrible. Just horrible. Will the ones who approved this have a shocked look on there faces right before they get beheaded by the sharia types.
Catholic church lost me some time ago.
Let me guess without reading the article: Jesuits??
I suffered through some of the same nonsense at the University of Portland. The Jesuits are a poor excuse for a Catholic (fair warning, I am not a catholic).
How about a sex segregated bathroom space for the rest of us?
This relationship isn’t going to go or end well, for the Catholic University.
Scripture warns against fellowship between light and dark.
You already have a “boys and girls” restroom...use that.
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