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12 t Continued rom page 1 church leaders from the Vatican, the Middle East and key Western nations in the allied coalition. In his opening talk at the summit, the pope said the Catholic Church -- which has only a small minority popula- tion in the Middle East and almost no direct political in- fluence in the region -- must respond "as a community of charity" to the devastation and divisions of the war. He said the church will work for "a just and durable peace" by urging resolution of the underlying causes of the region's turmoil. Among pressing Middle Eastern problems to be resolv- ed, he said, are the rights of Israel, Lebanon and the Palesti- nians, relief of foreign debt burdens, arms control and disarmament, international security guarantees, and dialogue and mutual respect among Christians, Muslims and Jews. Archbishop Jean-Louis Tauran, in charge of Vatican The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana March 8, 1991 relations with governments, said the church would take a two-pronged approach to postwar reconstruction: foster- ing massive aid programs for the war's victims and engaging in diplomatic activity to pro- mote negotiated solutions to the region's problems. Before the summit opened, U.S. and Middle Eastern Catholic leaders focused on the same issues summarized by the pope. In a session with reporters in Rome March 3, several Middle Eastern patriarchs and a leading North African archbishop call- ed to the summit said that building a lasting peace in the region must include a solution to the Palestinian question, restoration of trust between the Arabs and the West, and aid to the Iraqi victims of the war. Iraqi Chaldean Patriarch Raphael I Bidawid described the massive allied air assault on Iraq as "genocide" and said his people are in dire need of aid. "The economic needs are enormous .... The infrastructure of the entire country has been completely annihilated. We still under way Archbishop domination." have no water, no electricity John R. Roach of St. Paul- --New international efforts and no gas for cooking -- even Minneapolis, in a major speech "to explore non-violent means food is lacking," he said. in Washington as chairman of to resolve conflicts between na- Syria-based Melkite Patriarch the U.S. bishops' International tions, to strengthen the role of Maximos V Hakim and Latin- Policy Committee, described the United Nations and to rite Patriarch Michel Sabbah of the shaping of a lasting peace in establish effective international Jerusalem both described "the the Middle East as "far more authority to deal with basic Palestinian problem" as the key difficult than winning a war." violations of international order issue for any lasting peace. Among elements of a peace and rights." Archbishop Henri Teissier of initiative he called for: U.S. bishops echoed those Algiers, Algeria, president of --"New security and arms themes in messages to their the North African Regional controlarrangements ... to en- people following the allied Bishops' Conference, said the sure stability while limiting the liberation of Kuwait and deep anti-Western attitudes that buildup of arms and new high suspension of hostilities. the war has provoked among technology weapons and curb- At a thanksgiving Mass inthe Arabs and Muslims seriously ing the proliferation of nuclear nation's capital Feb. 28 Car- threaten Christian-Muslim rela- and chemical weapons." dinal James A. Hickey of tions. -- "Serious efforts to deal Washington said, "Now that Church leaders must show by with the political, economic war is over, the peace must yet their witness that the causes of and religious tensions in the be won by addressing injustice, , the war were political and Middle East," including by seeking multilateral disar-'0 economic, not religious, he especially the restoration of mament, by helping all peoples said. "mutual respect and under- of the region to live a life wor- Western church leaders at the standing" among Christians, thy of their God-given dignity." summit included Archbishop Muslims and Jews. Archbishop John R. Quinn of Daniel E. 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