Interreligious Dialogue

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Arts & Culture Books
Judith ValenteOctober 25, 2017
"The church as a whole, cannot grasp the vastness of God," Peter Phan argues.
Hindu women pray for peace Oct. 1 at the Sri Bunar Maha Shiva Hindu temple in Yangon, Myanmar. Peace and harmony will not result from members of different religions simply tolerating each other; respect and appreciation of customs and cultural diversity is required, top Vatican officials said in a message to the world's Hindus. (CNS photo/Nyein Chan Naing, EPA)
Faith News
The path to mutual respect between communities has no room for intolerance.
Faith Features
Mark OppenheimerAugust 24, 2017
There are tens of thousands of Jewish-Catholic intermarriages in the United States, and a good number of them involve partners with strong commitments to their separate traditions.
Politics & Society News
“Changing the law would threaten the integrity and independence of houses of worship,” reads the letter faith leaders sent to protect church-state separation.
Politics & Society News
In the weeks before Kenya's election on Aug. 8, ethnic tensions ran high, prompting religious leaders—Christian and Muslim—to preach for peace.
Politics & Society News
The festival cultivates a conversation of hope around the Holy Land, with many groups coming together to engage visitors with the situation of Christians and of peace in the Holy Land.