Source: Church Times
On November 17, 2003 the Church Times reported, "The number of interfaith groups and networks has risen dramatically over the past 30 years, a new survey shows. The Church of England is playing a leading part in this. The survey, Local Interfaith Activity in the UK, is published by the Interfaith Network for the UK...The survey was promoted last week, along with good-practice guidelines called Partnership for the Common Good, at a conference of European Ministers of the Interior, held in Rome. The Bishop of St Albans, the Rt Revd Christopher Herbert, addressing the conference on interfaith relations, told delegates that dialogues between all faiths lay at the heart of Europe’s future."