John Paul Two, address to your bishops of Senegal for their post limina see, Rome, January 26, 1982
a€?found in this place, that’s mostly Muslim, you adopt care to keep active in Christians the sense of relationship, a friendship whoever sincerity is actually determined by your results from the measures they encourages. I do n’t want to live in this article in this particular essential issue of this dialogue between Christians and Muslims, that We fairly recently manage during my conversations really confreres in North Africa. But really troubled to indicate the value of the step you’ve taken in keeping with this industry, during the framework regarding the Regional Episcopal convention of western Africa, by generating an exclusive amount to advertise these types of a dialogue.
a€?i am aware you’re beginning to experience the fruits on this collectively agreed upon commitment; they little by little facilitates an actual repair of mentalities, which facilitates the useful transition from ignorance to information about the Muslim values, from indifference to opening up, from getting rejected to dialogue.a€?