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Jews and Christians should unite for peace, Pope says

November 22, 2022

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CWN Editor's Note: Pope Francis met on November 22 with the leaders of the World Jewish Congress, and said that the two faiths have an “incentive to act together” for peace and justice.

The Pope called upon Christians and Jews to “make the world more fraternal, combatting forms of inequality and promoting greater justice, so that peace will not remain an otherworldly promise.” In particular he urged an end to the “great sacrilegious war” in Ukraine.

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