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Pope Francis and New Directions for Interreligious Dialogue

Session Description:

Building on the sixty-year legacy of the Catholic Church’s formal promotion of interreligious dialogue, Pope Francis has proposed new emphases for interreligious relations and revitalized ongoing themes for dialogue, drawing especially from his Latin American experience and upon his willingness to seek and develop personal relationships. Pope Francis has demonstrated an ability to discern mutuality of good intentions and commitments to just principles among global.

  • Track
    Faith and Interfaith Understanding
  • Date
    August 17, 2023
  • Time
    3:00 – 4:30 PM
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