Since November 2003, Israeli facilities capable of handling serious diseases and medical conditions have provided medical treatment for 1000 Palestinian children. Thirty percent have had open-heart surgery.
Saving children transcends every barrier
Academics, scholars and religious leaders from Italy and Turkey met in Tarsus and Antioch last June for the 9th annual ecumenical symposium on Saint Paul.
Two young Jewish men from Rome tried to think of how they could transmit greater knowledge about Israel. They decided to use their musical talent.
No empty or conciliatory term, interreligious dialogue is a commitment and a journey for Christians and Hindus.
An interreligious approach to peace in Uganda receives the Niwano Peace Prize
The global importance of interreligious dialogue
The bond of a shared lifestyle of unity draws members of different faith traditions along a remarkable journey.
Cardinal Francis Arinze, who has been at the forefront of the Catholic Church’s initiatives in interreligious relations for over 20 years, answered many timely questions in a clear and comprehensive book soon to be released by New City Press.
The Center for Education in Dialogue