Category Archives: Multi-faith gatherings

Muslims and Christians praying together?

Some reflections on Muslims and Christians meditating and praying together.                         John R Dupuche, 2014 The most basic point is the meaning of the word ‘God”. In the Gospel of St … Continue reading

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Vers un tantra chrétien : La rencontre du Christianisme et du Shivaïsme du Cachemire, de Jean-Robert Dupuche

Vers un tantra chrétien : La rencontre du Christianisme et du Shivaïsme du Cachemire  Jean-Robert Dupuche jeandupuche@gmail.com http://www.johndupuche.com L’abbé Jean-Robert Dupuche est prêtre de l’Archidiocèse de Melbourne. Il est ‘senior lecturer’ à l’University of Divinity, et ‘Honorary Fellow’ à l’Australian Catholic … Continue reading

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Living in Harmony Accord, speech in Parliament House, Melbourne

Speech by John Dupuche on the occasion of the signing of the Living in Harmony Accord, in Queen’s Hall, Parliament of Victoria, 30 March 2005 At the conclusion of Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral on the first anniversary of the … Continue reading

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Can we pray together? An issue in interfaith relations.

The  following passage (largely drafted by John Dupuche) is from the official document of the Catholic Church in Mebourne on interfaith ceremonies entitled ‘Promoting Interfaith Relations’ published on 12 October 2009 . It recommends the silence beyond words. PART IV Praying … Continue reading

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‘One Faith – Multifaith’ – Transcendence

The following is an extract, which I wrote in large part, from the document (details below)  ‘One Faith – Multifaith’. “Interfaith gatherings are very special occasions. We are coming together to share our response to particular issues. Christians need to remember that the … Continue reading

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