May 11, 2021
Muslim leaders in Pakistan intervened after nurses at a mental health centre in Lahore were accused insulting Islam on social media. Pontifical charity Aid to the Church in Need reported that three nurses at the Punjab Institute for Mental Health faced accusations of blasphemy related to a video uploaded to a nurse’s WhatsApp group. The
April 26, 2021
Children react past a mural poster of Chad’s late president Idriss Deby in a street in Ndjamena on April 24, 2021, a day after his funeral. (ISSOUF SANOGO/AFP via Getty Images)   The Bishops of Chad, in Central Africa, have called for an “inclusive national dialogue” in the wake of the death of President Idriss
January 12, 2021
Martha is a flight attendant and often gets unwanted attention. In the last few days, though, some of the attentions were not caddish, but nasty ones from people who know she is conservative. She shared with me some of what had happened, and asked what we do next.
March 14, 2017
The Pope has discussed the importance of 'true dialogue'
February 23, 2016
Bishop Robert McElroy discussed Catholic-Muslim dialogue in a speech at the University of San Diego
January 26, 2015
Pope makes comments in address to mark the 50th anniversary of the Pontifical Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies
December 10, 2012
The shedding of institutional structures and the diminishing number of priests could, in fact, be liberating
December 02, 2010
But "dialogue" does not mean we have to water down what we know to be the truth
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