۱۲ مهر ۱۴۰۱ |۸ ربیع‌الاول ۱۴۴۴ | Oct 4, 2022
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We must pay attention to religious freedom and respect for different religions and know that we are all under the shadow of the one God; this contributes to world peace and tranquility.

Hawzah News Agency – Pointing out that if there is no belief in God, the fraternity loses its meaning, Cardinal Sandri added: "That is why we have left the doors and windows of the church open, especially at this time, to all religions, especially our Muslim brothers.”

According to the correspondent of Hawzah News Agency, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, the Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, at the webinar on the unveiling of the book "Relations between Iran and the Vatican" written by Professor Angelo Michele Piemontese, organized by the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Vatican and the office of religions and denominations of Islamic seminaries in Iran said: "We are eager to continue the good relations we have had in the past through the Pope."

He added: "The doors of churches are open to all well-meaning people."

Cardinal Sandri said: "The Holy Father has published a new treatise entitled 'We Are All Brothers,' which collects the legacy of Pope Francesco Assisi".

He considered the belief in the world of eternity as one of the axes of the Holy Father's statement and said: "This dialogue continues with well-meaning people and different countries, especially your beautiful country, Iran."

The President of the Assembly of Eastern Churches stated: This meeting and relationship that the Church seeks is based on the brotherhood and fraternity that God has given to all of us human beings; we seek to expand this brotherhood with the whole world.

He pointed out that if God does not exist, the concept of brotherhood loses its meaning and concept, adding: "That is why we have opened the doors and windows of the church, especially at this time, to all religions, especially our Muslim brothers."

Cardinal Sandri stated: The book of Iran-Vatican relations indicates the existence of an ancient relationship between the Vatican and Iran; this book is in fact an exhibition of our brotherhood, dialogue and softness between the Vatican and Iran, which has been updated but has ancient roots.

He said: "In this book, all the letters exchanged between the kings of Iran and the popes of the Vatican have been collected, which contain good and important messages."

"We can share our experiences on issues related to human dignity, such as freedom and respect for human life, from the embryonic period to the time of death," said the president of the Eastern Churches.

Emphasizing that all human beings have the right to live in dignity and peace, he said: "We must pay attention to religious freedom and respect for different religions and know that we are all under the shadow of the one God; this contributes to world peace and tranquility.

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