Invited speaker, Denitsa Tsvetkova will share on the topic: "Who is God?” from the perspective of the Orthodox faith, during the second day of reflection to be held February 9th at Marie-Rose Residence.
Ms. Tsvetkova works at the "Canadian Center for Ecumenism" where she is coordinator of the Interfaith Forum for Peace. Editor-in-chief of the magazine "Ecumenism". Ms. Tsvetkova has an impressive track record.
After obtaining a master's degree in theology in Bulgaria, her native country, she added another master's degree in European Science and Social Sciences. She is currently a PhD student in practical theology at the Université de Montréal. Her research focuses on the communities of Eastern European immigrants in Montreal as well as on cultural diversity.
Denitsa Tsvetkova is the first Orthodox woman in the chaplaincy of the Canadian Armed Forces. Very involved in her community, she has set up numerous projects for adults and children at the Bulgarian Church in Montreal.
During the second part of the meeting, she will speak about her own journey of faith. There is no doubt that the audience will fully benefit from the sharing of this woman who has been working for years in the area interreligious and intercultural dialogue, inspired by Trinitarian love theology.