Interreligious Dialogue

Gregory Hillis April 02, 2018
Charity is lacking in the dialogue of our polarized church. But this doesn’t mean something is wrong with dialogue itself.
Ruby Tabbasum, left, the wife of an Ahmadi man who was killed in a hate crime in 2016, with her daughter, Huzaifa Ahmad, 9, and son, Amtul Mateen, 12, at their home in Rabwah, Pakistan. RNS photo by Naila Inayat
“Many people will face socioeconomic exclusion if the order is implemented.”
A Franciscan stands near U.N. peacekeeping soldiers in 2017 in the village of Ndim, Central African Republic. The recent death of a Catholic priest in the Central African Republic demonstrates the delicate nature of peace in the country, where a cardinal and an imam have worked to bring the population toward peace and unity. (CNS photo/Baz Ratner, Reuters)
Cardinal Dieudone Nzapalainga of Bangui joined Imam Omar Kobine Layama March 26 in denouncing the priest's killing.
"We have to begin with our own attitudes—not just Catholics who are prejudiced, but...my attitude towards my fellow Catholics who I may perceive as Islamophobic."
rchbishop Luis Ladaria, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, speaks at a news conference to present the document "Placuit Deo" at the Vatican March 1 (CNS photo/Paul Haring).
Gerard O’Connell March 01, 2018
Today’s letter reflects a somewhat different style and spirit than Benedict XVI’s “Dominus Iesus.”
Blake Smith February 22, 2018
Two of medieval Europe’s most popular saints, Barlaam and Josaphat, were in fact Christianized versions of the Buddha.