Nuclear Ban Treaty references Work of Religious Leaders



(New York, 7 July 2017) On 7 July 2017, Religions for Peace (RfP) joined more than 120 UN member states, parliamentarians, mayors, and civil society organizations in celebrating the adoption of a legally binding treaty to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination. The preamble of the new treaty highlights the role of religious leaders in raising public conscience on the principles of humanity.

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Victoria: Public Lecture on Catholic Social Teaching and Interreligious Dialogue



On Tuesday 18 July at Australian Catholic University participants will have the opportunity of hearing two Cardinals of the Catholic Church speaking about Catholic Social Teaching: Cardinal Turkson relating it to Integral Human Development and Cardinal Quevedo relating it to Interreligious Dialogue.

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Make Friends With Other Religions: Pope Francis Gives Witness



“It’s important, because my religious life was enriched by his explanations to him, it was extraordinarily enriched, and I suppose his with mine”: by these words, spoken in Spanish, on turning to his Argentine friend, Rabbi Abraham Skorka, who spoke just after him, Pope Francis witnesses in a worldwide video-message of religions, inviting the man and woman of the street to “to make friends” with all religions.

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