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Dave Hunt

Far from repenting of convening that abominable gathering of pagans in Assisi, the Pope reaffirms it continually. On October 7-10, 1996, the Catholic Community of Sant-Egidio in Rome sponsored an ecumenical conference where “more than 400 representatives of different religions (Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, Shintoists, as well as more obscure Japanese and Indian cults)” met in the same spirit that was manifest in Assisi in 1986 under Pope John Paul II’s leadership “to pray for a world without war.” Held in Trastevere, where a few months earlier Bill Bright had given his Templeton Award acceptance speech, the name of the conference was “Peace Is God’s Name.” John Paul II sent this message to the conference:

“I would have liked to be…present…[but] I will be with you in spirit with affection and gratitude towards those present who generously commit themselves to keeping the spirit of Assisi alive so that it reach a growing number of men and women…. In this world, like a global village, we desire that every religious tradition be like a fountain of peace. Now it is so, in this ancient place of Trastevere. We wish it were so in every place of the earth….”