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Topic: Islam

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

Niall Ferguson is wrong to suggest that Christianity stifles scientific enquiry

Rather, there is plenty that encourages it

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

‘Top Muslim scholars’ seem to be telling us that dialogue with them is a waste of time

If there are any ‘moderate Muslims’ around, let’s hear from them

Top Muslim scholars announce boycott of dialogue with Vatican

Boycott by scholars in Egypt comes after Pope Benedict XVI’s remarks about anti-Christian violence

Is a new departure in Christian-Muslim relations unfolding in Egypt, this Orthodox Christmas Day?

Certainly something very striking is going on: are there here, really, reasons for hope?

The Pope believes that dialogue with Islam is crucial

But “dialogue” does not mean we have to water down what we know to be the truth

Can there be dialogue with Islam without religious freedom?

The case of Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian sentenced to death for blasphemy, raises the question whether there can be dialogue with Islam if there is no religious freedom

In new book, Pope says abuse crisis left him ‘stunned’

In a wide-ranging and candid interview the Pope describes crisis as ‘a tremendous cloud of filth which darkens everything’

Islam is now our interfaith priority: all the same, debate on doctrine is futile

We should work towards fighting secularism rather than reaching an agreement on theology