Christian-Muslim dialogue expanding

National dialogue tackles poverty, climate change, faith formation and politicsBY Michael SwanThe Catholic RegisterTORONTO–For most interfaith dialogues, vast theological differences and hundreds of years of mutual suspicion and prejudice are quite enough to deal with. The National Liaison Committee of Muslims and Christians wants more.
The official dialogue between Christians and Muslims in Canada decided to take on poverty, climate change, the Millennium Development Goals, faith formation of the next generation and politics at its annual dinner on the campus of the University of Toronto Jan. 11.
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