Healthcare for the Poor: An Interfaith Dialogue

Healthcare for the Poor: An Interfaith Dialogue.

Join Mercy Care and members of Atlanta’s richly diverse religious community for an expert panel discussion featuring:

Brother Minlib Dallh, O.P., Our Lady of Lourdes, Scholar in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim relations;

Audrey Galex, Producer, Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters;

Dr. Robert Nash, Jr., Associate Dean for the Doctor of Ministry Program and Arnall-Mann-Thomasson Professor of Missions and World Religions, Mercer University, Tuesday, April 28.

Cocktail reception and hors d’oeuvres served at 5:30 p.m.; panel discussion starts at 6:30.

Mercy Care, 424 Decatur Street, Atlanta 30312. R.s.v.p. to Ali Gant by April 22 at or (678)843-5715

God asks us to love those whom he loves most: the widow, the orphan and the stranger. Today, providing health care for the vulnerable among us is one of the most pressing calls we have. Our sense of who we are as human beings begins with our capacity to recognize, protect and honor “the image and likeness of God.” -Brother Minlib


Mercy Care is a member of Saint Joseph’s Health System and Trinity Health. Mercy Care is a Federally Qualified Health Center and Atlanta’s only Healthcare for the Homeless program.

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