Source: National Catholic Reporter
On September 19, 2003 National Catholic Reporter reported that "over four days, Sept. 6-9, 40 leading pluralist theologians gathered in Birmingham, England...Catholic luminaries such as Paul Knitter of Xavier University and Jesuit Fr. Roger Haight and Chester Gillis, both of Georgetown University, took part, as well as Protestants, Muslims, Hindus, Jews, Buddhists and Sikhs. All told, some 40 scholars from 16 countries participated, a virtual 'who’s who' of the pluralist movement. Participants adopted a statement of key principles."