Transforming Christian Relations with Other Religions

Fifty years ago, the Catholic Church exhorted her sons
and daughters to become, through “dialogue and
collaboration with the followers of other religions,” truly
“a sign and instrument both of a very closely knit union
with God and of the unity of the whole human race.”
Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit, celebrates this
“witness to the Christian faith and life,” with experts
and researchers from the Christian, Jewish, Islamic
and Buddhist faiths. This is the true way Duquesne is
participating, as a Catholic University, in promoting,
recognizing and preserving “the good things, spiritual
and moral, as well as the socio-cultural values” found
among the religions of the world.