Goal of inter-religious dialogue is love, Vatican official says
December 01, 2009
On a visit to Indonesia-- the world's most populous Muslim country-- the president of the Pontifical Council for Inter-Religious Dialogue has said that tolerance is the first essential requirement for coexistence among different religious traditions, but the ultimate objective is love. "We have to be one family," Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran said at a meeting with Protestant leaders, encouraging talks with the Islamic officials of Indonesia.
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