Cardinal Tauran visited the UK in 2013 offering prayers for peace in the different traditions and encouraged working in solidarity for the common good and for a more peaceful world.
Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, visited England from 12-16 June to affirm and strengthen the good interreligious relations in this country.
The first official engagement of Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran's four-day visit to England was a visit to a Hindu Mandir - temple - on the outskirts of London.
The President of the Holy See's Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, joined representatives from many of the world's major religions to offer prayers for peace and to bear witness to their longing for a more just and peaceful world.
On the penultimate day of Cardinal Tauran's four-day visit to England to promote good relations between religions, the visiting delegation travelled to the Midlands to meet with the Sikh community at the Guru Nanak Nishkham Sevak Jatha in Birmingham.
Cardinal Tauran's four-day visit to the UK concluded back in London with the celebration of Holy Mass in Westminster Cathedral. In his homily, the Cardinal described the dialogue between religions as "educative and enriching".
The Vatican's senior official heading up the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue has spoken about the changing make-up of our communities and how we should be "consciously cultivating" good relationships with our neighbours of other faiths.
The Cardinal will visit a number of religious places of worship, offer prayers for peace in their different traditions and encourage working together for the common good and for a more peaceful world.