Pope John Paul calls for Peace and Inter-religious dialogue between Jews, Christians and Moslems on Anniversary of UN Partition Plan for Palestine
On a day fraught with significance for the Jewish people and the modern State of Israel, Pope John Paul II gave a fresh call for inter-religious dialogue between Christians, Jews and Moslems in his homily and audience of November 29, 2000:
God the Father offers salvation to all nations
- The great fresco just offered to us in the Book of Revelation is filled not only with the people of Israel, symbolically represented by the 12 tribes, but also with that great multitude of nations from every land and culture, all clothed in the white robes of a luminous and blessed eternity. I begin with this evocative image to call attention to interreligious dialogue, a subject that has become very timely in our day.
2. All the just of…
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