She’s a Democrat, he’s a Republican — but Dick and Shirley Marquis from Tucson, Arizona, maintain peace in their “mixed marriage.” Here’s how they found a way to communicate about hot issues…
How can we stop to fight about different opinions, especially about what is right and wrong? We need to climb above the apparent contradictions that divide us, putting mutual charity first…
By John Green
A Syrian designer quit her job in the fashion industry to work with refugees. She had to find her way to deal with the cultural and religious differences…
By Rahmé Briki, Damascus
Interdependence Day in Dublin, September 20-23, 2013
Rather than celebrating national autonomy, Interdependence Day celebrates how connected countries are. This year’s focus is on migrations.
Almost a fifth of the global population does not believe in God or a higher being. An atheist reflects on the importance of people with non-religious beliefs for building a united world.
By Piero Taiti
Why dialogue — and how? Five steps to enter into a relationship and deal with differences
By Emilie Christy
October’s religious summit in Assisi marked a step forward in the interreligious pilgrimage of truth and justice leading to world peace
"This month’s issue speaks of dialogue and its mission of promoting peace."