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[attributive] Relating to or between different religions or members of different religions.‘action to encourage interfaith dialogue’
- ‘Of course, many would argue right now the huge issue is in fact interfaith dialogue and interfaith harmony.’
- ‘We'll ask our interfaith panel about how he reached out to other religions.’
- ‘I am the product of an interfaith and intercultural marriage.’
- ‘For most of this essay my explicit focus has been interfaith dialogue.’
- ‘He sought to allay fears that he would set back attempts at interfaith dialogue.’
- ‘It was organised by an interfaith discussion group who have been using the centre for ten years.’
- ‘Both Muslims and Christians here agree on the urgent need for interfaith dialogue to bridge the religious gap.’
- ‘I'm keen to know if there are concrete, significant scale examples of interfaith dialogue work having any impact.’
- ‘The pope has called an interfaith conference, I believe, for Rome in January.’
- ‘Well, religious leaders will be gathering in New Orleans to discuss interfaith relief efforts tomorrow.’
- ‘They meet weekly for panels, dialogues, interfaith services and strategy sessions to craft their message.’
- ‘But why would the Vatican make such claims after three decades of ecumenical and interfaith dialogue?’
- ‘As a Roman Catholic and a scholar whose research focuses on Islam, I am frequently involved in interfaith dialogue.’
- ‘Church interfaith dialogues were determinant in the development of this policy.’
- ‘As a result, interfaith co-operation, including religious services, is regarded as a key to racial harmony and social order.’
- ‘The Government has taken steps to promote interfaith understanding.’
- ‘The untangling of church and state paved the way for interfaith cooperation among religious sects.’
- ‘We all want constructive interfaith dialogue.’
- ‘And then there is the prohibition of interfaith marriages.’
- ‘The celebrations started with an interfaith prayer.’
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