Atheist group says important that Church walk its talk

Non-believers interested in application of dialogue

Atheist group says important that Church walk its talk

Rome, September 11 - Italy's atheist association on Wednesday said that what interested non-believers was the "concrete application of dialogue and understanding" for much discussed social and political issues. The group responded to a lengthy letter by Pope Francis in Italy's La Repubblica daily newspaper in which he said that God forgives even non-believers if they follow their conscience. "What interests non-believers is beyond the nice words and declarations of intent, and is certainly not 'forgiveness' from an entity whose existence we do not trust or presumed salvation," the group said. The group underlined that what they held as important, instead, is "that representatives of those religious concepts apply them".

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