Looking back 10 years after Imam W. D. Mohammed and the Focolare founder drew 3,000 Christians and Muslims together at a historic mosque in New York City.
Interfaith relations have become a necessity in our multireligious, multicultural, globalized world. Twenty years after a historic gathering, what shape is dialogue in today?
Excerpts from the Focolare founder’s July 2003 address to an interreligious seminar in Caux, Switzerland
Religious leaders from Iran, Lebanon and Israel were among 800 delegates from more than 100 countries who came to the 8th World Assembly of Religions for Peace in Kyoto, Japan
What is interreligious dialogue and why engage in it?
In appreciation of Fr. Angelo Beghetto’s life of poverty and unity, which opened important ecumenical paths in Istanbul
Christians worldwide observe the beginning of the season of Lent. To assist in focusing on the significance of this event, we have chosen this year to publish excerpts from a commentary given by Rabbi Leon Klenicki on Forgiveness and Repentance.
Reflections of a Jewish professor on Interreligious Dialog offered at the first Jewish-Christian Symposium sponsored by the Focolare Movement