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The II International Symposium on Secularity was a two-day event held in Frankfurt on May 30 and 31, 2024. The symposium was organized by the Kircher Network, Sankt Georgen Graduate School of Philosophy, Universidad Loyola and Saint Joseph University of Beirut, and featured a diverse range of panels and discussions on various topics related to secularity, spirituality, and the role of religion in modern society.

The program included three panels: "Common Good," "Democracy," and "Pluralism." Each panel features a series of presentations and discussions by experts in the field, including Jesuit scholars and theologians. The topics covered include the role of religion in public life, the relationship between spirituality and democracy, and the contribution of religion to dialogue and pluralism in a plural society.

The event aimed to provide a platform for scholars and practitioners to engage in discussions and reflections on the significance of secularity and the role of religion in contemporary society. The group took the opportunity to discuss the strategic plan 2024-2028 for the cluster.

From the Kircher Network, we would like to express our gratitude to Saint Geogern Graduate School of Philosophy for hosting the event.

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