Religione e società : prospettive cristiane e musulmane

08 2010

Religione e società : prospettive cristiane e musulmane

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CITtà DEL VATICANO: Il Pontificio Consiglio per il Dialogo Inter-religioso ed il Centro per il Dialogo Inter-Religioso dell’ “Islamic Culture and Relations Organisation“ (Teheran, Iran) hanno organizzato il loro settimo Colloquio, a Teheran, dal 9 all’11 novembre 2010.

Un Comunicato del Dicastero rende noto che: “Il tema dell’incontro, ’Religione e società : prospettive cristiane e musulmane’ sarà sviluppato in tre sotto-temi. Vi parteciperanno otto membri. Dal Pontificio Consiglio per il Dialogo Interreligioso saranno presenti il Presidente, Cardinale Jean-Louis Tauran, il Segretario, Arcivescovo Pier Luigi Celata, e il Capo Ufficio per l’Islam, Monsignor Khaled Akasheh. La Chiesa locale sarà rappresentata dal Presidente della Conferenza Episcopale dell’Iran, Arcivescovo Ramzi Garmou, di Teheran dei Caldei e da Don Francesco Pirisi, S.D.B., Vicario Generale dell’Arcidiocesi di Ispahan dei Latini“.

“Dopo la sessione inaugurale, il Colloquio si svolgerà a porte chiuse. Un comunicato stampa è previsto alla fine dei lavori. Una conferenza, che avrà luogo in una sede universitaria di Teheran, presenterà ad un pubblico di studenti e professori universitari il tema dell’incontro da un punto di vista cristiano“.

Il Comunicato conclude segnalando che: “Dopo l’incontro è prevista una visita a Qom, città santa per gli sciiti, nonchè centro principale di ricerca ed insegnamento religioso“. OP/ VIS 20101108 (210)

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