Interview with Rev. David Neuhaus, SJ
Neuhaus, SJ, David
Fr. Neuhaus, SJ describes how language changed in Nostra Aetate which opened the Catholic Church up to new religions and non-Eurocentric forms of Christianity. He also describes the universality of dialogue which opens up the possibility of truth-seeking and brotherhood amongst formerly diverse and competitive groups and religions, warning of the consequences of isolation and xenophobia.
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