Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue

Interfaith dialogue has the potential to bring people from different traditions together around shared social and political challenges. It also has a strong theological, ethical dimension that builds bridges to the arts, literature, and the humanities. These resources highlight the perspectives of religious leaders, scholars, writers, and students working at the intersection of faith and culture.

  • A Compass for Saving the World

    A Compass for Saving the World

    Katherine Marshall describes how the Global Ethic and Sustainable Development Goals can help us move forward in today's turbulent world.

  • Building Bridges Volume Wins Award

    Building Bridges Volume Wins Award

    Sin, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation received a 2017 Catholic Press Association Book Award in the "Ecumenism and Interfaith Relations" category.

  • Paths of Peace

    Paths of Peace

    Katherine Marshall reflects on Sant'Egidio's 2017 interreligious gathering, which highlighted the vitality and complexity of religious traditions across the world.

  • Civilta Cattolica Misses Richness of Catholic-Evangelical Relations

    Civilta Cattolica Misses Richness of Catholic-Evangelical Relations

    Drew Christiansen, S.J., responds to the controversial editorial that suggested convergences between certain forms of American evangelicalism and some Catholic ideologies.

  • Georgetown Wins White House Award

    Georgetown Wins White House Award

    The award honors the collaborative work of the Berkley Center, Office of Campus Ministry, and Center for Social Justice.



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