Committee for Interreligious Dialogue

The Scottish Bishops' Committee for Interreligious Dialogue exists to make Catholics and others aware of the importance of interreligious dialogue within the life of the Church.  Enjoy browsing this site to discover more about the work of the Committee and how you might get involved.

Interfaith News & Events from the Scottish Bishops' Committee

22 October - We've got a lot of events related to COP26 - see them below; Pope Francis hosted an interfaith conference at the Vatican on October 4th - watch it below; Read the Joint Appeal ahead of COP26 from faith leaders and scientists;  Read our latest blog from Yolanda Matro; The Glasgow Multi-Faith Declaration for COP26 is an important document, so please read it.

Interfaith Preparations for COP26

Scottish Interfaith Week

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Scottish and UK religious leaders have signed a declaration calling on governments to take transformational climate action at COP26.

More than 50 religious leaders signed the Glasgow Multi-Faith Declaration which calls for those in power to put the 2015 Paris Agreement into effect. The Paris Agreement is a legally binding international treaty on climate change adopted by 196 parties at COP21 in Paris

View the video above and read the Declaration below.

Scottish Interfaith Week

COP26 Vigil / Launch of Scottish Interfaith Week

Faith Communities Prepare for COP26

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The Edinburgh Interfaith Virtual Peace Walk

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St Mungo's Museum

An Invitation to Write

St Mungo’s Museum of Religious Life and Art has made a significant contribution to interfaith and intercultural relations in Scotland. As a Church committed to interreligious dialogue we hope that the mission of the Museum - to explore the importance of religion in people’s everyday lives across the world and across time, aiming to promote mutual understanding and respect between people of different faiths and none - will continue and that faith communities who were stakeholders at the beginning of the museum will continue to be involved in its development.

If you would like to support this write to

duncan.dornan@glasgowlife.org.uk

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