Links to useful websites
The Holy See website is the main website for the episcopal see of the Pope. The website has links to many different resources concerning the teachings of the Catholic Church as well as all recent papal documents and resources.
Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue is the website for the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue. This website has links and information for all the important documents relating to the Catholic Chrurch's engagement in interreligious dialogue.
Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity is the website for the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity which has all of the documents relating to the Catholic Church's ecumenical commitment.
Bishops' Conference of Scotland is the general website of The Bishops' Conference of Scotland. The members of the Bishops' Conference are the Bishops of the eight Scottish Dioceses and this website offers information on their nationwide initiatives through their Commissions and Agencies.
Bishops' Conference of England and Wales is the general website for the Bishops' Conference of England and Wales and offers information on their latest work.
Committee for Relations with other Religions is a website that is connected to the Bishops' Conference of England and Wales and their work on interreligious commitment and dialogue.
Interfaith Scotland is the website for Interfaith Scotland which is an organisation in Scotland that provides a forum for people from different religions and beliefs to dialogue with one another on matters of religious, national and civic importance.
UK Interfaith Network is the website for the UK Interfaith Network. The UK Interfaith Network works to promote understanding, cooperation, and good relations between organisations and persons of different faiths in the UK.
CTBI Interfaith Theological Advisory Group is a website that is part of the Churches Together in Britain and Ireland organisation. The Interfaith Theological Advisory Group is a theological task group that resources the wider ecumenical work across the Four Nations in the area of the churches' engagement with issues of religious plurality.