Source: BBC News
Pope Benedict XVI has urged world religious leaders not to allow God's name to be used to justify violence.
"Religions must never become vehicles for hatred," the Pope told the leaders attending a peace summit in Naples.
The Catholic Church, said the Pope, would continue to seek dialogue to bridge the gap between cultures.
Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and Zoroastrians are attending the event organised by the Sant'Egidio Community, a Catholic lay organisation.
The three-day conference - entitled For a World Without Violence: Religions and Cultures in Dialogue - gathers scholars and religious leaders.