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MAY 2018:

- David Neuhaus: Jerusalem: The Catholic Church and the Holy City. Article
- Jeremy Worthen: Not the Same, Not the Other in the Same Way as Any Other: Praying the Psalms and the Jewish-Christian Relationship. Article
- JCR: The Present and Future of Christian-Jewish Dialogue: Historical and Theological Perspectives. Report
- JCR: Kantor Center Annual Report on Antisemitism Worldwide 2017. Report
- JCR: KAICIID International Fellows Programme. Report
- Ron Kronish: A Life of Dialogue. Book review

APRIL 2018:

- Frederick M. Schweitzer: How I Became a Jewish Historian Article
- Ron Kronish: On This Passover We Ask: Are We Truly Free? Article
- Nike Snijders: ICCJ Consultation: Religious Fundamentalism. Report
- Anette Adelmann: ICCJ 2018 Budapest Conference - Registration Open. Report
- Pope Francis: To Participants in the International Conference on the Responsibility of States, Institutions and Individuals to Fight Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes. Statement
- Michael Miller: Confrontations between Spinoza and Levinas. Book review

MARCH 2018:

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Wenn Populismus populär wird

Landesbischof Ralf Meister | 02.05.2018

Vortrag von Landesbischof Ralf Meister (Hannover) beim Treffen von Vertretern der Deutschen Bischofskonferenz, des Rates der EKD, der Allgemeinen Rabbinerkonferenz Deutschlands (ARK) und der Orthodoxen Rabbinerkonferenz Deutschlands (ORD) am 12. März 2018 in Recklinghausen. ... [more]

Jerusalem: The Catholic Church and the Holy City

David Neuhaus* | 01.05.2018

Pope Francis spoke about Jerusalem at his general audience on December 6, 2017, just a few hours before US President Donald Trump affirmed that his government recognizes Jerusalem as “the capital of Israel”. Pope Francis said: ... [more]

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Wenn Populismus populär wird

Rabbiner Avraham Yitzchak Radbil | 01.05.2018

Vortrag von Rabbiner Avraham Yitzchak Radbil (Osnabrück) beim Treffen von Vertretern der Deutschen Bischofskonferenz, des Rates der EKD, der Allgemeinen Rabbinerkonferenz Deutschlands (ARK) und der Orthodoxen Rabbinerkonferenz Deutschlands (ORD) am 12. März 2018 in Recklinghausen[more]

How I Became a Jewish Historian

Frederick M. Schweitzer[1] | 01.04.2018

I have toiled nearly a half century in the Lord’s vineyard of Christian/Catholic-Jewish relations. It has been a productive and satisfying life commitment, decisively inspired by the Second Vatican Council’s Nostra Aetate (“In our day”), the Church’s declaration on its relation to Judaism and other non-Christian religions. … [more]




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On This Passover We Ask: Are We Truly Free?

Ron Kronish | 02.04.2018

One of the most famous passages of the Passover seder is called “Ha Lachma Anya — This is the bread of affliction.” It is sometimes referred to as the “invocation.” It is the moment when the leader of the seder welcomes all the guests at the seder, especially those who are in need, and invites them to celebrate Passover with everyone at the table. It is recited and sung in Aramaic, so unless one pays attention to the translation, one can miss the importance of the passage. … [more]

Как стать миссионером...

Лев Бердников | 01.04.2018

Раввин, уроженец Германии, он стал убеждённым православным христианином и российским подданным, посвятив жизнь миссионерской деятельности и переводу Библии на русский язык. … [more]

Быть евреем в церкви

Юрий Табак | 01.03.2018

В ходе отмеченной драматическими и подчас кровавыми событиями христианско-еврейской истории выковалась стойкая и почти не имеющая исключений традиция отношения друг к другу – а именно резко негативная. … [more]




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Not the Same, Not the Other in the Same Way as Any Other: Praying the Psalms and the Jewish-Christian Relationship

Jeremy Worthen* | 01.05.2018

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Quelle réorientation pour les relations et le dialogue entre juifs et chrétiens ?

Jean Massonet | 01.05.2018

Contrairement à ce qu’affirme S. W. Ariarajah dans « Réorienter les relations et le dialogue entre juifs et chrétiens », Jean Massonnet soutient que la « relation spéciale » entre eux ne doit pas être abandonnée, mais plutôt ressaisie dans le respect profond de chacune des deux confessions.[more]

Гродненские евреи – строители православных церквей (вторая половина XIX в.)

Большинство православных каменных церквей в наших местах построены после восстания 1863-64 гг. в конце 19-начале 20 века в русско-византийском стиле; в народе они получили название "муравьёвки", по имени губернатора М.Н. Муравьёва. ... [more]