For the archbishop of Vasai, the law should take its course after a local official was arrested for attacking some Christians.
27 June 2022/Rome – Ms. Aigerim Dyussenova of Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, successfully completed her experience in Rome as a student of the Christian tradition and of interreligious dialogue.
The Prefect of the Dicastery for Interreligious Dialogue sends a message to the International Ministerial Conference on Freedom of Religion and Belief (FoRB) hosted by the British Government in London.
Thanks to the charity he was able to reopen a shop and supply it with goods.
Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World is a newly published book that marks the 10th anniversary of the groundbreaking ecumenical document of the same name.
Ms. Aigerim Dyussenova, Nostra Aetate Foundation’s newest student, desires to strengthen bonds between Christians and Muslims in her home country, Kazakhstan.
Christians and Muslims: Sharing joys and sorrows
The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue has spearheaded the publication of a new book, Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World, to mark the 10th anniversary of the document of the same name.
The annual meeting of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue (PCID) and the Office of Interreligious Dialogue and Cooperation (IRDC) of the World Council of Churches (WCC) took place at the PCID Office on 24-25 March 2022.
Delivered on the International Day of Human Fraternity (A recorded speech broadcast via video conference)
A group of around 50 journalists from The Holy Land Review, accompanied by Fr. Francesco Patton, OFM, the Custos of the Holy Land, met the Pope for a private audience on Monday morning.
Jury committee members of the Zayed Award for Human Fraternity met on Friday to review entries for the 2022 prize, which recognizes individuals and institutions offering profound contributions to human progress and peaceful coexistence.
The cultural landmark in the UAE capital, which includes a synagogue, a church and a mosque, is meant to be a beacon of understanding and peaceful coexistence, inspired by the Document on Human Fraternity.
The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue releases a message addressed to "all Muslim brothers and sisters" to show solidarity and friendship as they start their month of Ramadan and look ahead to ‘Id al-Fitr.
Pope Francis and leaders of world religions gathered in Rome on Tuesday to pray for peace and fraternity in a divided world. The international and interreligious Meeting to Pray for Peace was entitled "No one is saved alone. Peace and Fraternity".
An Appeal for Peace is signed in Rome by Pope Francis and by leaders of world religions gathered at the International Prayer Meeting for Peace "No one is saved alone - Peace and Fraternity".
Pope Francis is inviting leaders of other faiths to work together “with the gentle strength of faith to end all conflicts.” His appeal comes as part of his discourse at an International Meeting for Peace, held in Rome and organized by the Community of Saint Egidio, entitled “No one is saved alone. Peace and Fraternity.”
Pope Francis participated in an ecumenical prayer service which was followed by an interreligious Meeting for Peace together with leaders of the world’s major religions in Rome. The event, entitled “No one is saved alone. Peace and Fraternity” was organized by the Community of saint Egidio.
The Higher Committee for Human Fraternity launches a world-wide search for persons embodying the “values of humility, humanitarianism and respect”.
In the past, there was discussion about the interpretation of the conciliar texts. Now, the Vatican documents themselves are sometimes being called into question. Let’s look back at a document that has left its mark on the history of the Church.
A Vatican Congregation has announced that it is sending medical supplies to Syria and the Holy Land as the coronavirus spreads across the Middle East.
Sitagu Sayadaw made a contribution to the coronavirus emergency fund of Pope Francis and also donated essential food items for the needy of the Archdiocese of Mandalay
Pope Francis’ final appointment in Azerbaijan dedicated to interfaith dialogue. "God can not be invoked for partisan interests and selfish ends, nor be used to justify any form of fundamentalism, imperialism or colonialism".
The claims of Buddha and Christ are in fact so different that we may wonder whether Buddhism can be called a "religion" at all. It does not speak of God, or Brahman, as does Hinduism from which it emerged.
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