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Rabbi Arthur Schneier on urgency of interfaith cooperation

For over half a century, the New York based Appeal of Conscience Foundation has been working to promote peace, reconciliation and interreligious cooperation.

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Cardinal Tagle urges Muslim-Christian unity amid Marawi conflict

Philippine Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle urged his countrymen on Tuesday to be the signs of love, hope and light amid ongoing clashes between government forces and armed Islamist terrorists in the south of the country.  The prelate who is Archbishop of Manila said attempts by Islamic State-inspired terrorists to make the conflict look like a war between religions, "will not succeed" because Muslims and Christians in Mindanao are helping each other.  Cardinal Tagle was speaking on July 4 during a media briefing in preparation for the annual Philippine Conference on New Evangelization later this month.

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Catholic and Reformed Churches mark ecumenical "milestone"

Another “milestone” in ecumenical relations takes place in the German town of Wittenberg on Wednesday, as the World Communion of Reformed Churches signs up to the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification.

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Pope meets Orthodox delegation from Ecumenical Patriarchate

Pope Francis met on Tuesday with members of an Orthodox delegation from the Ecumenical Patriarchate who are here in Rome to celebrate the feast of Saints Peter and Paul.

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Pope Francis: central role of women interfaith dialogue

Pope Francis met on Friday with participants in the plenary assembly of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, who have been discussing the key contribution of women to interfaith relations.

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