The Multi-faith Center: Practical Considerations for an Important Campus Facility

Johnson, Karla
October 2012
Planning for Higher Education;Oct-Dec2012, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p298
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the six physical space factors that should be considered when planning multi-faith centers in campus including the location, ritual washing spaces, and liturgical items' visibility. It says that the shared sacred space should be accustomed for several religions of everyone who enters. It cites several multi-faith centers including the Bunker Hill Community College's Quiet Room, Tufts University Interfaith Center, and Northeastern University's Center for Spirituality.


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