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Tolerance, openness and understanding towards other peoples' cultures, social structures, values and faiths are now essential to the very survival of an interdependent world.
Pluralism is no longer simply an asset or a prerequisite for progress and development, it is vital to our existence.
The right to hope is the most powerful human motivation I know.
The Islamic ethic is that if God has given you the capacity or good fortune to be a privileged individual in society, you have a moral responsibility to society.
We cannot make the world safe for democracy unless we also make the world safe for diversity.
A secure pluralistic society requires communities that are educated and confident both in the identity and depth of their own traditions and in those of their neighbours.
There is nothing wrong with being well off as long as money has a social and ethical value and is not the object of one's own greed.
There are many interpretations of Islam within the wider Islamic community, but generally we are instructed to leave the world a better place than it was when we came into it.
Canada is today the most successful pluralist society on the face of our globe, without any doubt in my mind... That is something unique to Canada. It is an amazing global human asset.
Islam is probably the one that places the greatest emphasis on knowledge. The purpose is to understand God's creation.
A proper home can provide the bridge across that terrible gulf between poverty and a better future.
Canada has for many years been a beacon to the rest of the world for its commitment to pluralism and for its support for the multicultural richness and diversity of its peoples.
The Pope is only concerned with the spiritual welfare of his flock.
There appears to be momentum towards more and more misunderstandings between religions, a degradation of relations.