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Interfaith Dialogue: A Catholic View
For a great many people, the notion of dialogue and interaction with the faithful of other Religions is still something new. The 'pull' to remain closed in our own Christian community, within the security it offers, is strong. For Roman Catholics the turning point was the Second Vatican Council, held in the early 1960s. In a talk I heard by Tom Stransky, one of the architects of the Vatican II documents on other Religions and on Religious Freedom, he conveyed the radical "newness" of what the Holy Spirit achieved through the Council in the Church's relations with people of other Faiths. It was a complete turnaround.
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