Cardinal Tauran lauds Korean standards for religious tolerance
CWN - May 26, 2011
Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran praised South Korea as a model of inter-religious tolerance, during a courtesy visit to the nation’s President Lee Myung-bak on May 26.
Cardinal Tauran, the president of the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue, said that the people of Korea “live in interfaith peace, an example of important universal values like family, life, and moral teaching for the young.”
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