Articles on this issue "muslims"
"According to Saint John Paul II, Christians and Muslims have “the privilege of prayer” (Address to Muslim Religious Leaders, Kaduna, Nigeria, 14 February 1982). Our prayer is much needed: for justice, for peace and security in the world; for those who have deviated from the true path of life and commit violence in the name of religion, so as to return to God and change life; for the poor and the sick."
Here is a text published today by the Vatican of a message sent to Muslims by the president of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue. The message was sent on the occasion of the …read more
“The Palestinian Foreign Affairs Ministry appeals to the Vatican and to the international community to protect the Christian and Muslim Holy sites, and condemns the act carried out by …read more
Indonesia is a country of superlatives: it is comprised of more than 17,000 islands, extends across more than 3,000 miles and has a population of close to 250 million. The main islands or …read more
When reality is looked at through a glass in the form of a heptagonal Archimedean prism, one notices that what is seen depends on the angle from which one looks, on the thickness of the prism …read more
Coptic Orthodox Patriarch Tawadros II has reaffirmed his stance that the Coptic Orthodox Church will refrain from any direct involvement in the parliamentary election campaign in Egypt in the …read more
The Chaldean Patriarch of Babylon, Louis Raphael I Sako, called on Muslims and Christians to join together against extremism and fundamentalism. The Patriarch said this in an address at a …read more
A high-ranking Filipino Muslim leader urged all people of faith, regardless of specific religious affiliations, to go all out in their support for Pope Francis. According to Asia News, Imam …read more
As the dramatic situation in the Middle East continues, an interreligious meeting ofChristians and Muslims in Rome not only brought together world faith leaders, senior Vatican officials, and …read more
Speaking on Pope Francis' visit to Turkey this weekend, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem says security risks cannot prevent the Jesuit Pontiff from doing his mission and reaching out to the …read more
Muslims and Catholics have come together and acknowledged many examples across the world of active Catholic-Muslim collaboration in charitable, educational and relief efforts. This was a key …read more
Before the general audience this morning, Pope Francis met with participants of the third Catholic-Muslim Forum, a group that formed in the wake of the uproar over Pope Benedict XVI's 2006 …read more