Catholicism in dialogue: conversations across traditions

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Apr 28, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 199 pages
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Drawing on his extensive knowledge and experience of ecumenical cooperation, Roman Catholic lay brother and monk Wayne Teasdale offers a strong and prophetic voice for interfaith dialogue that brings traditions together without watering them down. He offers a blueprint for combining the strengths and perspectives of various faiths in order to address the crises of poverty, racism, environmental pollution and moral indifference. Highly informative and compelling, this book is accessible to a wide audience, from the classroom to study groups and others who want to learn about conversing across traditions.

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Contents

The Historical Roots of Interreligious Dialogue in
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The Nature Types and Fruits of Dialogue
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The Presence and Example of Pope John Paul II
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