We can collaborate with other faith traditions to be salt and light in our communities. Working together for justice, peace, development, and respect for human dignity is a witness to our unity as children of God and members of the human family. Collaboration also makes us more effective advocates on behalf of those who are poor and vulnerable. As we seek to collaborate with others, these resources can help.
Local and practical collaboration in aiding others is the rule not the exception, and an opportunity for Christians to work together.
The Second Vatican Council called for a shared mission for peace, social justice, moral values, and freedom between Christians the Muslims.
Fr. John Crossin reflects on collaboration across Christian denominations to address poverty, racism and mass incarceration.