All the religious programs of Chemins de la foi offer you an interreligious morning this Sunday at 8:30 a.m. on France 2, to exchange and compare their traditions on the theme of food.
Sunday November 26, meet at 8:30 a.m. France 2 to follow the Interreligious Morning, offered like every year by all of the Chemins de la Foi programs. During this program, presented by Christian de Cacqueray and produced by Damien Pirolli, guests representing the four great spiritualities (Jewish, Christian, Buddhist and Muslim) will invite you to join them at the table to exchange and compare their traditions.
“Tell me what you eat and I will tell you who you believe in.”
Food has a considerable place in our lives. Beyond the vital nature of eating, it says something about ourselves in the way we choose it, prepare it, share it, or even deprive ourselves of it. It reflects our relationship to life and our beliefs. For believers, it also says, in a very variable way, something about their relationship to faith and their religion.
Zohra Ben Miloud and David Milliat will present this exceptional program from the training restaurant of the Poullart high school at Places des Apprentis d'Auteuil, in Thiais. On the kitchen side, find chef Stépahne Jégo with young people in training, of all origins and all faiths, to prepare dishes that will be shared by all the guests at the end of the show.
Also present will be: Lama Jigmé Thrinlé Gyatso, Buddhist monk, co-president of the Buddhist Union of France (UBF), Oméro Marongiu-Perria, sociologist and Islamologist, Jean Abd al-Wadoud Gouraud, Islamologist, teacher-researcher, Mariacha Drai, rabbanite , speaker and therapist, Daniela Gelbrich, teacher of Old Testament and Hebrew and Samuel Duval, pastor of the Baptist Church.