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
Holocaust Memorial Day 2022
Prayer for HMD
We remember, this day, our Christian community. May we be enriched by its diversity, united in its faith, and pained by its failures. On this day especially, we repent of our failures to eliminate antisemitism and prejudice within our communities. Help us to be faithful to our mission to witness to a life of love, mercy and service in our world, combatting antisemitism, intolerance, and hatred in all its forms. Help us be good neighbours to the Jewish community and indeed to people of all faiths.
The Pope's January Prayer Intention
For true human fraternity
We pray for all those suffering from religious discrimination and persecution; may their own rights and dignity be recognized, which originate from being brothers and sisters in the human family.
(Click here for the Pope Video for January)
Interfaith Harmony Week
Interfaith Scotland are planning two events to celebrate World Interfaith Harmony Week which takes place from 1st – 7th February.
Protection of Mother Earth through Mindfulness and Prayer
Tuesday 1st February, 12.30 – 2.45pm, online webinar
Interfaith Scotland is working with Mindfulness for Earth and Faith for Earth to host this online webinar. Speakers from seven faiths will share what mindfulness and prayer means to them in the context of protecting the environment. Please see the poster above for more details.
To book please email email@example.com . You will be sent the joining instructions for the webinar two weeks prior to the event.