May 18, 1997. That unforgettable day will remain in my soul forever. I was next to Chiara when we walked together into the Malcolm Shabazz Mosque, both wearing our chadors. There was a very big crowd.
Sunday, May 18, 1997, was a beautifully sunny, pleasantly cool day with clear air and a bright blue sky. I have a distinct memory of walking from the subway stop to the Masjid Malcolm Shabazz with Fr. James Loughran, a Franciscan Friar of the Atonement and, at the time, the New York Archdiocesan Ecumenical/Interreligious Officer.
Muslim youth and Teens4Unity color their city together
Meeting people of other religions personally helps you understand their cultures and traditionsand is the best remedy against prejudices. Here are three examples of how to dial up the interreligious dialogue in everyday life.
A high-level debate with various religious leaders at the UN. The theme: promoting tolerance and reconciliation
Two Argentinian experts — one Jewish, one Catholic — show the art of dialogue
With good intentions, we might be tired of dialogue after encountering the first serious differences and difficulties. Here’s a way how to face challenges in interreligious relationships…