|Joint Catholic-Muslim Statements||Author|
|Statements on The Nature of God and Faith and Culture ·
||Muslim Christian Dialogue of the United States|
|Summary Statement on Religious Freedom, Dokuz Eylul University / University of St. Thomas Workshop ·
||Dr. Terence Nichols, Dr. Adil Ozdemir|
|Statement of Agreement between Muslims and Christians on Human Rights and Violence ·
||Muslim-Christian Dialogue of the United States|
|Catholics and Muslims Against Manipulation of Religion ·
The annual meeting of the Joint Committee for Dialogue of the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue and the Permanent Committee of al-Azhar for Dialogue among the Monotheistic Religions, was held in the Egyptian capital city of Cairo on 23 and 24 February.
|Catholic Muslim Declarational/Al-Azhar VIS 100302 (520)|
|Final Declaration of Catholic-Muslim Forum ·
The final declaration of participants in the First Seminar of the Catholic-Muslim Forum, which took place in Rome from 4 to 6 November 2008 on the theme: "Love of God, Love of Neighbour." Each of the two sides in the meeting was represented by 24 participants and five advisers who discussed the two great themes of "Theological and Spiritual Foundations" and "Human Dignity and Mutual Respect." Points of "similarity and of diversity emerged, reflecting the distinctive specific genius of the two religions."
|Vatican City VIS 081107 (860)|
|STATEMENT OF CONCERN AND COMMON UNDERSTANDING ·
After two days of dialogue and discussion of Catholic and Islamic teachings, we as an interfaith gathering of scholars and students found solid common ground and joint concerns for the welfare of humanity as follows:
|Ibrahim Mohamed Zein, Theodore Cardinal McCarrick, Prof. Abdullah Al-Ahsan, Stephen B. Young|