interreligious dialogue
March 08, 2021
Pope Francis was a man on a mission, says correspondent John Cookson in Baghdad on Monday morning. The question is: Did he succeed?
March 06, 2021
John Cookson reports from Iraq, on a momentous day of doings in an historic visit to the country by Pope Francis.
March 06, 2021
The core of Pope Francis's message was one of universal fraternity and universal respect for human life and dignity as the only sure foundations for society and the only true guides to responsible stewardship of the created order, with which God has entrusted us.
March 06, 2021
Francis and Sistani appear to share some traits, which could mean they’ll get on well going forward. They are close in age - Sistani is 90, Francis is 84 - and men both shun ostentation.
March 05, 2021
"It's indescribable," said one worshipper, 53-year-old Martin Scekes, who survived the bombing and decided to stay. Mr. Scekes  told the Catholic Herald: "The Pope coming to see us will lift our hearts."
November 27, 2020
“[W]hen human dignity is protected," said the diplomat, " men and women are at liberty to devote themselves with an unhindered conscience to seek the Truth.”
March 30, 2017
The delegation will meet Vatican officials responsible for interreligious dialogue
February 24, 2017
The Pope told Jewish scholars that the Torah showed 'paths of goodness [that we] must walk together'
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