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Fraternity @ frontiers

Pope Francis recently said that “Fraternity, means reaching out to others, respecting them, and listening to them with an open heart”

Photos: Parade of Stars bring Thai Catholics closer to their neighbors

The annual event is attended by Catholics and non-Catholics alike with many discovering the story of the Nativity and the true meaning of Christmas for the first time.

Catholic priest shares ‘joy of Christmas’ with Buddhists in Thailand

Italian missionaries have been working in the promotion of inter-religious dialogue in Thailand, a predominantly Buddhist country

Christian leaders in Indonesia call for use of technology to glorify...

The Church leaders said “diversity is a gift from God that must be gratefully received, nurtured, and developed”

Papal nuncio tells Indian bishops to promote relations with other religions

The prelate urged India's bishops to take steps to promote inter-religious dialogue and to foster a culture of peace

Pope Francis: Bahrain trip ‘a new step’ in Christian-Muslim dialogue

Pope Francis said Wednesday it was “marvelous” to see the many Christian immigrants in Bahrain

Pope Francis calls for Muslim-Catholic collaboration for peace

Pope Francis told the Muslim Council of Elders that he wanted to “journey together in the spirit of Francis of Assisi”

FABC 50: ‘Dialogue is not an option, it’s a necessity’

“During the conference, we stopped saying ‘other religions’ but ‘neighbor religions,’” said Cardinal Gracias

Indonesia religious summit: Iraqi archbishop calls for courageous dialogue among religions

The archbishop stressed that the roots of some of the “unique horrors of the last decades” were not only religious but also geopolitical

Global religious leaders talk of dialogue, cooperation in meeting ahead of...

The meeting came days after the FABC called for various religions in the region to work together in “dialogue”

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