To help create greater social harmony in Bangladesh, experts at a November seminar on the national education curriculum proposed teaching religion in state schools.
At a time when christians are facing increasing hostility in India, the Indian government recognized a Catholic organization’s work for children
The student essay contest—“Reaching Common Ground” offers the world’s largest prize: US$100,000. The contest sponsors want to encourage students 16-22 years of age to write about the spiritual bonds and common origins of Jews and Christians
The mixed commission for Catholic-Jewish Dialogue met for the first time last March at the Vatican.
The day of dialogue with the Jews has been observed in Italy for years, but this year the chief rabbis of Israel asked John Paul II to hold the celebration among Catholics and Jews worldwide.
Honorary vice-president of the European B’nai B’rith, professor Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich, victim of Nazi persecution during World War II, received the first ever Klaus Hemmerle Award last January
No statistics can adequately testify to the influence that John Paul II has had on ecumenical and interreligious dialogue
A brief overview of the great inspirations and innovations of the papacy of Pope John Paul II