Opinion: The exclusion of the Dalai Lama from an interfaith meeting in Assisi threatens to undermine the Vatican’s moral rights as well as China’s
"The Vatican clearly calculates that the prize of a thriving unified church in the potentially huge growth market of China (where most Christianity now is Protestant) is worth a few snubs to a man who is, after all, the leader of a rival religion," writes the author. "But this policy diminishes the moral authority of both parties."
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Oct 21, 2016