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In a September 2005 seminar on Islam, Pope Benedict XVI rejected Fazlur Rahman’s [1919-1988] call for a thorough reinterpretation of the Qur’ān, stating that Qur’ān cannot be modified.
A discussion of the events in Egypt that caused the Pope to be moved to tears.
The Egyptian Catholic Church has denied a statement by the Roman Catholic Church stating that parts of the Holy Bible are not actually true.
Sir Cyril Townsend writes about the historic visit Israeli President, Moshe Katzav, is to pay to the Vatican on November 17.
Dr. ‘Abd Allāh al-Turkī, the secretary general of the World Muslim League (WML), called on Pope Benedict XVI of the Roman Catholic Church, to resume the dialogue with Islam and Muslims and discuss all problems of Muslims in Italy with Italian Minister of Interior Giuseppe Pisanu.
In 1981, late Pope John Paul II appointed Joseph Ratzinger (the current Pope) to be the chairman of a committee entrusted with inspecting those who quit the Catholic creed. This means that the head of this committee is "necessarily dogmatic,” or in other words the possessor of the absolute truth.
Pope Benedict XVI of the Roman Catholic Church said, during his inauguration ceremony, that he would continue the Muslim-Christian dialogue. Such a statement is most welcomed by Muslims.
Benedict XVI, Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, praised during his installation what he called the common spiritual heritage of Christians and Jews. The pontiff offered greetings to “my Jewish brothers and sisters, with whom we are joined by a great shared spiritual heritage, one rooted in God’s...
"... In the weekly sermon in Saint Peter’s Square, the Pope, made apologies for the way the church treated the scientist Galileo who said the earth revolves around the sun. The Pope also spoke about the pain the Crusaders caused for the people in the East. This will also be discussed in the meeting...


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