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Topic: interreligious dialogue

Full text: Pope speaks to Germany’s Jewish leaders

Benedict XVI says the Church feels ‘a great closeness’ to the Jewish people

After Regensburg the silence is deafening

On the fifth anniversary of the Pope’s seismic lecture Douglas Murray says that we are betraying persecuted Christians in Muslim lands

Why the Tibhirine monks were right to pray at a mosque

One priest suggests they cannot be Christian martyrs if they repeatedly worshipped a false god

In practice Christians and Muslims can work together. But our thinking is worlds apart

The Koran is believed to be the immutable word of God, and so, unlike the Bible, cannot be seen historically

What does the Church teach about dialogue with Islam?

The documents of Vatican II did address Islam in passing, though they seem a little optimistic now

Egyptian cardinal works to relaunch dialogue with Muslims

Though it has been several months since the riots in Egypt that left more than 800 dead and 5,000 injured, the country remains in flux

To call the Pope’s meeting at Assisi a betrayal of the faith is an utter absurdity

It’s about building ‘fraternity and peace’: anything wrong with that?

Vatican: religious leaders will not pray together at Assisi

The Pope and other religious leaders will make speeches and sign a commitment to peace when they meet at Assisi in October

Vatican talks are almost over, says head of SSPX

Bishop Fellay points to problems created by John Paul II beatification and interreligious gathering in Assisi

Catholic-Muslim dialogue is at the end of the road

We weren’t wrong to begin dialogue, but it seems now to have gone as far as it can