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The Muslim Brotherhood-dominated government has been unseated and Egyptian Christians are breathing easier. At the time of the fall of that government in the summer of 2013, Father Rafik Greiche, head of the press office of the Egyptian Catholic Bishops’ Conference, said: “The ousting of President Morsi is a joyous...read more
Articles from section "Interreligious Dialogue"
Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver will host an evening of interreligious prayer for peace in the Middle East on Monday at the Denver Cathedral. The initiative, a collaborative effort of …read more
The Vatican has announced that some of the world’s most famous soccer players will participate in a sporting event in September aimed at uniting people of different religions. The proceeds of …read more
Two officials from the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue are visiting Indonesia through Friday. Indonesia is the world’s most populous Muslim nation and a statement from the …read more
Catholics and Shia Muslims oppose actions that endanger the life, health, dignity and welfare of others, including the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, according to a joint …read more
The leader of the Christian community which sufferedIndia’s worst persecution in modern times has warned thatthe country’s new government could spell disaster for minority groups – but not if …read more