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On February 8th, a public meeting with Cardinal Dieudonné Nzapalainga, Archbishop of Bangui (Central African Republic) and Shayi Tidiani Moussa Niaibi, Imam of the Great Mosque of Granada, took place in the auditorium of the Jesuit Faculty of Theology at Granada. The meeting was organized by the Combonian Missionaries and their magazine Mundo Negro in collaboration with the Jesuit Faculty.

Cardinal Nzapalainga and Imam Niaibi created in the Central African Republic a platform for interreligious dialogue in response to the violence in their country, largely by foreign interests, which often are presented as being linked with religious motivations.

The narration of these actions for peace and justice were deeply emotional. The talk was a great encouragement for the effort of the Faculty promoting dialogue with Islam.

On the other hand, Radio ECCA arranged a meeting with Alexis, a catholic parish priest, Patit Pavan, from Hare Krishna and José Pérez from The Baha'i Faith. They talked about hope, ethics, faith and spirituality. This talk was an introduction to a new meeting that would take place days later with 16 different confessions.

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