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Paul CHERUTHOTTUPURAM, Sri Lanka says,
Hindu and Catholic Leaders Must Walk the Talk
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In the landmark two-hour inter-faith conversation that took place behind closed doors, Catholic and Hindu religious leaders drew up the Mumbai Pact 2009: ``No violence against minorities. No forced conversions. A pooling of resources for social work and charity.`` Super deal! These guys signed utopia and agreed on things beyond their control... Look at it squarely.
JUN. 14. LKC #A.110
Speak up in Spirituality, Evangelization, Disasters, Religion, Marginalized, Justice and Human Rights, Social Development, Social Ministry
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