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Topic: Cardinal Peter Turkson

Cardinal Turkson’s video about Muslims shows why the synod badly needs social scientists

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St Francis would have rejoiced at the idea of a pilgrimage to truth at Assisi

His own life was a pilgrimage of joyful suffering towards a closer union with Christ

No joint prayer at Assisi, says cardinal

Papal pilgrimage will unite Muslims, Chinese Buddhists, Japanese Shintoists, Native Americans, Zoroastrians and atheist philosophers

There is no competition between faith and reason, says cardinal

Faith and reason are in harmony and are not in competition, Cardinal Peter Turkson has said at a lecture in Oxford