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Pope: religions should cooperate for common welfare

September 26, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: In a message to the G20 Interfaith Forum on Sustainable Development, being held in Buenos Aires this week, Pope Francis emphasized the importance of dialogue among religious groups and cooperation for the common good. He said: “Faced with a world in which a technocratic development paradigm is affirmed and consolidated, with its logic of domination and control of reality in favor of economic and profit interests, I think that religions have a great role to play, especially due to that new outlook on the human being, which comes from faith in God, creator of man and the universe.”

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