Tag: Dialogue

Kenyan bishops urge politicians to participate in pre-election dialogue

Kenyan bishops urge politicians to participate in pre-election dialogue

| Francis Njuguna | October 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Kenya’s bishops called on opposing parties to agree to dialogue to ensure a free and fair presidential election Oct. 26.

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Elevating conversation: Catholics engage in dialogue on race, religion

Elevating conversation: Catholics engage in dialogue on race, religion

| September 22, 2017 | 1 Comment

“The biggest point that we emphasize is use your heart, not [just] your head, in the conversation, so when somebody says ‘This is my experience,’ you don’t try and argue them out of it.”

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Catholic church leaders call for dialogue between the U.S. and Cuba

Catholic church leaders call for dialogue between the U.S. and Cuba

| Rhina Guidos | June 20, 2017 | 1 Comment

The retired Catholic archbishop of Havana called for dialogue between the United States and Cuba, and said it’s the only way in which past and present problems can be solved.

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‘Nostra Aetate’ celebrated for reviving Jewish-Christian dialogue

‘Nostra Aetate’ celebrated for reviving Jewish-Christian dialogue

| December 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

Father Rutten said that Vatican II’s purpose “was to find ways to express the Catholic-Christian faith in new ways in the modern world, and to engage the world.” “Nostra Aetate,” meaning “in our time,” was one of 16 documents promulgated from the council. Father Rutten called it “groundbreaking” and “game-changing” for Jewish-Christian relations.

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Pro-life speaker sees hope in battle to end abortion

Pro-life speaker sees hope in battle to end abortion

| January 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

Josh Brahm is a pro-life speaker who will be presenting a talk entitled “Making Abortion Unthinkable” at Nativity of Our Lord in St. Paul

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Can Catholics and Muslims get along?

Can Catholics and Muslims get along?

| September 22, 2010 | 6 Comments

Ramadan ended Sept. 10, but the controversy over the proposed Manhattan mosque that colored the Muslim month of fasting this year has not.

The mosque debate has sparked a good deal of general anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States, and the phenomenon appears to be growing, said University of St. Thomas theology professor Adil Ozdemir, a Muslim who teaches courses on Islam.

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