Argentina – Three women, three religions, one friendship

Silvina is the rabbi of a Jewish community in Buenos Aires, Nancy, a Muslim, runs a centre for interreligious dialogue a and Cecilia, a Christian, is a member of the Focolare Movement. A friendship that is built on concrete actions and a desire of going beyond any possible barrier. By Anita Martinez and Adriana Avellaneda.

Messages from leaders and representatives of different religions (prima parte)

Words of gratitude from around the world for Chiara Lubich’s work and all she did to generate and foster interreligious dialogue throughout her life: Farouk M. Mesli, Muslim, professor at the University of Oran, Algeria, and Rabbi David Rosen, International Director of Interreligious Affairs, American Jewish Committee, Jerusalem. By Lorenzo Russo.

Messages from leaders and representatives of different religions (part 2)

Words of gratitude from around the world for Chiara Lubich’s work and all she did to generate and foster interreligious dialogue throughout her life: Rev. Kosho Niwano, Buddhist, President-designate Rissho Kosei-kai (Tokyo), Laila Muhammad, daughter of Imam W.D. Mohammed (New Jersey) and Card. Miguel Ángel Ayuso Guixot, President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue (Vatican City). By Lorenzo Russo.

Messages from leaders and representatives of different religions (part 3)

Words of gratitude form around the world for Chiara Lubich’s work and all she did to generate and foster interreligious dialogue throughout her life: Ven. Phra Maha Thongrattana Thavorn, Buddhist monk (Bangkok), Njendem Joseph, Fon of Fonjumetaw (Cameroon) e Ven. Miao Jing, Buddhist, Head Abbess of Fo Guang Shan Mabuhay Temple, (Manila) and Ven. Guo Huei, Abbot President of Dharma Drum Mountain (Taiwan). By Lorenzo Russo.

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