“History shows that when racism and religious intolerance are not addressed they contain within themselves a frightening power for fostering hatred and social destruction.”
"It is wrong to consider all Muslims as terrorists. It is wrong to turn our face away from all Muslims simply because we are content to fall into the first trap of Inter Faith encounter: comparing the best of ourselves with the worst of The Other,” said Archbishop Jackson.
“Our aim is to increase people’s acceptance that there are different faiths present in Ireland today and help them understand that we can all live with and get on with each other.”
Two Syrian surgeons will explain how Irish and EU sanctions have caused Syria’s hospitals to degenerate to a pitiable state where scores of women and children die every day due to the lack of commonplace medicines.
Dermot A. Lane presents a hopeful book that could enable serious dialogue to develop between religions and so contribute to peaceful co-existence in the world of tomorrow.
Fr Christian de Chergé, Superior of his monastery and one of the seven French Trappists killed by Algerian terrorists in 1996, wrote a last testament to be opened in the event of his death. This is it.
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Luca Attanasio writes that too often people point out the past times when religions have failed to unite and even scandalised us all by their disunity and disharmony. However, since 1986 Pope John Paul II began his Prayer for Peace initiative at Assissi much has happened.
Martin McGee OSB reviews a recent work by Archbishop Henri Teissier of Algiers. Archbishop Teissier sees the possibility of mutual respect and peace between Christian and Moslem communities when the people on each side are committed to ordinary human friendship and to dialogue.
This book by Ena Gray gives a factual account of the origins and development of anti-Semitism. Its purpose is to facilitate the confession and repentance of sins against the Jewish people and in this it is highly successful.