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TEDx conference at Vatican to feature cardinal, Gloria Estefan, NBA player

Catholic World News - April 08, 2013

The Pontifical Council for Culture, led by Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, is sponsoring a TEDx conference devoted to “Religious Freedom Today.”

The diverse group of 18 speakers includes Cardinal Ravasi, a Muslim graffiti artist, a Shroud of Turin investigator, Rabbi David Rosen of the American Jewish Committee, architect Daniel Libeskind, singer Gloria Estefan, and retired NBA all-star Vlade Davic.

TEDx conferences are independent events approved by TED, the sponsor of a popular academic-conference website.

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