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Interfaith Dialogue
A Catholic View
Michael L. Fitzgerald and John Borelli
Orbis Books. $25, 192 pp.

After Vatican II, ecumenical dialogue and interreligious dialogue became central to the life of the church. No one expressed this more lucidly or succinctly than Pope John Paul II at the conclusion of the First World Day of Prayer for Peace on October 27, 1986. Addressing representatives of all major world religions who were gathered in Assisi, the pope stated: “Either we learn to walk together in peace and harmony, or we drift apart and...

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Edward McGlynn Gaffney Jr., a frequent contributor, is professor of Law at Valparaiso University.

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