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Interfaith dialogue has been an important part of the Church for over a half a century. Pope John Paul II invited leaders of all faiths to pray together for peace in Assisi, and the most recent popes have followed this tradition, modeling respect and communication with those of other faiths.

“Interreligious dialogue … includes simply living as good neighbours with those of other religions, or working together in matters of common concern, such as in issues of justice, peace, the integrity of creation and so forth. It includes a willingness … to try to understand better the religion of one’s neighbours, and to experience something of their religious life and culture.” ﹣Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, Meeting God in Friend and Stranger, 2010, #3.

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