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Pope Francis And Shimon Peres Discuss The Establishment Of A...

•, Michael Snyder

Last Thursday, Pope Francis and former Israeli President Shimon Peres met for an extended 45 minute private conversation.  The focus of this discussion was a proposal by Peres to establish a "United Nations of Religions".  It was the third meeting between the two men in a little more than four months.  As you will see below, Pope Francis showed "his interest, attention, and encouragement" as Peres explained his proposal.  Of course Pope Francis didn't commit to anything, and we probably will not see a "United Nations of Religions" any time soon, but every idea has to start somewhere.  If Pope Francis does ultimately decide to actively push for such a thing, could we eventually see a single global body that claims to represent all of the religions of the world?

It is very unusual for a Pope to meet with any world leader three times in just over four months.  But it is this latest meeting between Pope Francis and Shimon Peres that was the most noteworthy by far.  The following is how Fox Newsreported on it…

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