Saint Mary's Seeks Many Faith Voices for New Center on Public Policy

The College's new Center for Engaged Religious Pluralism will make policy recommendations, analyze issues involving faith in the public square and develop student interfaith programs, according to an article in the June 18 editions of the Contra Costa Times and San Jose Mercury-News.

Director Barbara McGraw discusses the center's initiatives, including the Prison Religion Project focusing on the accommodation of diverse faiths among inmates in the penal system.

Contra Costa Times Article