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VATICAN - ISLAM
Christians and Muslims should work fraternally for "justice, peace and respect for the rights and dignity of every person"
The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue issues a message for the Muslims of the world to mark the end of Ramadan. "Despite being aware of our differences, [. . .] We perceive the importance of promoting a fruitful dialogue built upon mutual respect and friendship. Inspired by our shared values and strengthened by our sentiments of genuine fraternity, we are called to work together for justice, peace and respect for the rights and dignity of every person."
Christians and Buddhists: being poor, fighting harmful poverty
A message from the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, for the Buddhist feast of Vesakh. Agreement with Buddhists over poverty as "detachment." A call to work together to combat that form of poverty which is a humiliation of human dignity, distress and marginalization.
28/10/2008 VATICAN – INDIA
In its Diwali message Holy See reminds Hindus of the principle of non-violence
In this year’s message for the Festival of Light, the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue refers to the teachings of the Pope and Gandhi, urging religious leaders to promote the rejection of violence.
14/10/2005 VATICAN - ISLAM
Vatican tells Islam: "Let us continue on the path of dialogue"
To mark the end of Ramadan, the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue has sent its customary message to the Muslim community. Highlighted are a commitment to peace, the memory of John Paul II and the direction taken by Benedict XVI along the same path.
Christians and Buddhists to foster together the growth of the community
The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue issues a message for the Buddhist Feast of Vesakh to "join forces to educate people, particularly the young, to seek fraternity, to live in fraternity and to dare to build fraternity."
Christian-Muslim dialogue: most Muslims are against killing in the name of God
In a statement, the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue warns against the" risks of increasing hatred, violence, terrorism and the growing and commonplace stigmatisation of Muslims and their religion." For this reason, we "are called upon to strengthen fraternity and dialogue” because “To kill in the name of religion is not only an offence to God, but it is also a defeat for humanity.”
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