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Interfaith Unity Vol. 7 No 17           Publisher:  Rev. Leslie Gabriel Mezei        Editor:  Rev. Terry C. Weller                               November 07, 2008 

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NEW CATHOLIC-MUSLIM FORUM GETS TO WORK

Talks Begin on Love of God, Love of Neighbor

VATICAN CITY , NOV. 4, 2008 (Zenit.org).- The first seminar organized by the newly established Catholic-Muslim Forum began today on the theme "Love of God, Love of Neighbor."
The group, with 29 representatives per creed, was established by the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue and representatives of the 138 Muslim leaders who sent an open letter to Benedict XVI and other Christian leaders last October.
According to the Vatican press office, the panel will consider the seminar theme from two main angles: "theological and spiritual fundamentals" and "the dignity of the human person and mutual respect."
The Pope will address the participants Thursday. That afternoon during a public meeting, the forum will present a final joint declaration.
Archbishop Pier Luigi Celata, secretary of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, told Vatican Radio on Monday that the seminar seeks "to see which elements we share, because together we can give a coherent response of love for God, seeking to love each other."...

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