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Interreligious Documents and News Releases

 

ISLAM

General Resources

Understanding Islam: A Guide for Catholic Educators, Document of the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Catholic-Muslim Dialogue

An Introduction: The Islamic Tradition, by John L. Esposito 

Vatican Council and Papal Statements on Islam

Catholic-Muslim Relations in the United States, by John Borelli, Ph.D.

What Dialogue Means for Catholics and Muslims, by Archbishop Alexander J. Brunett

How an Islamic Leader Views Dialogue, by Muzammil Siddiqi

How Mary Holds Christians and Muslims in Conversation, by Cardinal William Keeler

The Pillars of Islamic Faith: What We Should Know and Why, by David B. Burrell

Condolence letter from Cardinal George on the Death of Imam Warith Deen Mohammed

What Catholics Should Know About Islam, by Sandra Toenies Keating, Ph.D.

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Christian-Muslim Understanding. . . , Georgetown University

A Common Word Between Us and You. . .  (2007): An open letter from a group of 138 leading Muslim scholars to Christian leaders calling for peace and understanding between religions. The USCCB’s official response to "A Common Word Between Us and You"

Papal Quotes on Dialogue with Islam

General news releases

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Midwest Dialogue of Catholics and Muslims

Documents

News releases and reports

n.b. Nov 1999 meeting and three meetings from Nov. 2001 through Oct. 2003 did not produce News Releases

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Buddhism

News releases and reports

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Hinduism

News releases and reports



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