Pontificium Concilium pro Dialogo cum Non Credentibus (PCDNC)
Conseil pontifical pour le dialogue avec les non-croyants
Pontificio Consiglio per il Dialogo con i Non-Credenti
Pontifical Council for Dialogue with Non-Believers
9 Apr 1965, by Paul VI, as Secretariatus pro Non Credentibus. Ceased to exist, 25 Mar 1993, when activities taken over by the section Dialogue avec les cultures of the new E-XE3800 - Pontifical Council for Culture.
Witness to the pastoral concern of the Church for all those who do not believe in God and do not profess any religion. The tasks of the Council are to: promote the study of atheism and of the lack of faith and religion through the investigation of their causes and consequences for the Christian faith with the purpose of providing de Church with help which appropriate to its pastoral action; enter into dialogue with atheists and non-believers whenever these show themselves open to sincere collaboration.
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Plenary Assembly (every 3 years). Secretariat in the Vatican, headed by Secretary, assisted by Under-Secretary. Members and Consultors in various countries, nominated by the Pope.
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