US bishop concerned about ‘intense scrutiny’ of Muslims
May 04, 2011
An auxiliary bishop of Baltimore has expressed concern about the treatment of Muslims in the United States.
“Our dialogue has taken on renewed urgency since we met last year,” said Bishop Denis Madden, co-chair of the Mid-Atlantic Catholic-Muslim Dialogue, which met in April on the topic of religious education. “Because of our past and present experience as an immigrant people, we Catholics are very sensitive to our Muslim brothers and sisters when they come under intense scrutiny by the mass media or government officials,” a likely reference to Rep. Peter King’s congressional hearings on radical Islam.
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