Religious Leaders in US Stress for Interfaith Dialogue

February 23, 2008

Author: Staff Writer

Source: Thaindian News

Two prominent religious leaders concluded that interfaith dialogue could bring lasting harmony and peace among the communities.

Rajan Zed, well known Hindu leader, and Reverend Alexander Joseph Brunett, Catholic Archbishop of Seattle, met on February 22 in Archdiocese of Seattle, and agreed that more interfaith dialog was needed at both organization and individual level aiming at deriving at a common ground.