Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue.
- Message for the End of Ramadan 2012 from the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue visit here.
- The Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies, known as P.I.S.A.I. Read here for more information concerning courses the Institute offers and visit the main site.
Final Statement of Catholic-Muslim Forum
"Called to Be Instruments of Love and Harmony"
First Seminar of the Catholic-Muslim Forum
Rome, 4-6 November 2008
The Catholic-Muslim Forum was formed by the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue and a delegation of the 138 Muslim signatories of the open letter called A Common Word, in the light of the same document and the response of His Holiness Benedict XVI through his Secretary of State, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone. Its first Seminar was held in Rome from 4-6 November 2008. Twenty-four participants and five advisors from each religion took part in the meeting. The theme of the Seminar was "Love of God, Love of Neighbour."
- Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies. Visit here.
- Arabic and Islamic Studies - formation of Christians for encounter with Islam. To read the full interview with Fr M.A Ayuso, Rector visit here.
Message for the End of Ramadan 2010: Christians and Muslims Together in overcoming violence among followers of different religions. Read more here.
8th Abrahamic Faiths Conference, Dr. Salih Yucel from the Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology, Monash University addressing the topic "The Abrahamic Faiths, their relevance and contribution to society today".
to read the full transcript or alternatively read
round table discussion feedback..
Ten Things Everyone Needs To Know About Islam
by John L. Esposito.
To read a copy of the preface by Rev Dr Patrick McInerney visit here.
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