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A Bridge of Dialogue between Muslims and Jews
Patriarch Bartholomew on peace in the Balkans
Men Who Loved God's Chosen People
On Popes John XXIII and John Paul II
Notre Dame University Confers Honorary Law Degree on Cardinal Tauran
President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue speaks of its importance.
"And so, as the end of Ramadan draws near, allow me also to wish you a joyful 'Id al-Fitr! So many of our Muslim Friends and colleagues extend to us the invitation each year to break the fast with them - for this gift of friendship and welcome, as well for the reminder of our own important duties to be attentive to our spiritual practices, I give thanks and praise to God Almighty!"
- Letter for Ramadan 2015 from Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski, Chairman of the Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue.
Want to know the importance of Muslim-Catholic dialogue? Watch this video by Dr. Scott Alexander, Associate Professor of Islamic Studies at Catholic Theological Union at Chicago and member of the Midwest Muslim-Catholic Dialogue.
Pope Francis' September visit to the US will include a multi-religious service in NYC. Find the entire itinerary here.
Dialogues will resume in the fall.
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