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USCCB: dialogues with Sikhs, Muslims

Catholic World News - June 04, 2012

Staff members of the Secretariat of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops have taken part in recent dialogues with Sikhs and Muslims.

Participants in the 13th annual West Coast Muslim-Catholic Dialogue discussed Hud (mentioned in the Qur’an) and the Old Testament prophet Habakkuk; participants also discussed the believer in Islam and Catholicism.

Participants in the Sikh-Catholic Consultation discussed four kinds of dialogue outlined in 1991 Vatican document: theological exchange, life, religious experience, and action.

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