Articles on this issue "dialogue"
Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, secretary for the Vatican's Relations with States, today spoke in Brescia, Italy, during the meeting entitled “Dialogue between Peoples in the name of Paul …read more
"Where there is love of people and a willingness to serve them, it is possible to create the conditions necessary for everyone to have access to basic goods, so that no one goes without"
Here is a Vatican translation of Pope Francis' prepared address this afternoon to representatives of civil society in Paraguay. Though he followed this text, he added several comments …read more
It is always worth remembering, however, that for dialogue to be authentic and effective, it presupposes a solid identity: without an established identity, dialogue is of no use or even harmful. I say this with the young in mind, but it applies to everyone.
Here is a Vatican translation of the address Pope Francis gave today in Sarajevo at an interreligious and ecumenical meeting. * * * Your Eminence, Distinguished Religious Authorities, Dear …read more
If you are not willing to have dialogue, you are disobeying God, says Pope Francis. During this morning's homily at his daily Mass at Casa Santa Marta, the Pope made this statement and warned …read more
The head of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Pakistan, Archbishop Joseph Coutts, has called on Christians to not violently react against Muslims. In this exclusive interview with ZENIT …read more
It is an intricate and difficult situation, which requires a strong and concrete answer on the part of the international community. This is the picture of the Middle East drawn by the …read more
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Pope Francis is inviting the people of Brazil to open their arms in dialogue, just as the Christ the Redeemer statue overlooking Rio de Janeiro has its arms open. The Pope said this in a …read more
In his weekly general audience today, Pope Francis expressed his closeness to the Mexican people following the tragic murder of 43 student in Iguala. Tensions between the Mexican people and …read more