Religion: Brotherhood

Protestant, Catholic and Jewish leaders from North America and Western Europe assembled more than 200 strong in Paris last week to set up a new international body. The World Organization for Brotherhood will be a kind of global counterpart of the national conferences of Christians and Jews which have grown up in the last 25 years.

Like the national conferences, which are expected eventually to merge with it, the new body enjoins its members not to involve the organization in politics, or engage in common worship or seek a common faith, but to concentrate on cooperation among all those "who believe in...

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