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The Churches between Renewal and Regression. With specific reference to the Second Vatican Council (1962 – 1965)

Zenger, Erich | 01.03.2009

The past 60 years have completely changed both the face of the Christian Churches and the entire ecclesiastical scene. History has forced the Churches to rid themselves of many inherited burdens and to renew themselves. The reforms which they each dared to undergo not only within themselves but also in their relationship to one another came about, on the one hand, as a result of hope and courage, but on the other hand, aroused fear and resistance. … [more]

Judaism and Catholic Prayer

Mary Christine Athans B.V.M. | 28.01.2009

If the dictum lex orandi, lex credendi (the Church’s prayer is the Church’s belief) is true, then clearly the impact of Judaism on Catholic liturgy has been substantive. A new world opened up for Catholics regarding Judaism after Vatican II. … [more]

Abraham can be the starting point for a shared experience

Magonet, Jonathan | 11.08.2008

Rabbi Magonet spoke at Temple Beth Israel in Melbourne, where people from the three great faiths heard him consider the question ’Who Owns Abraham?’ Here is a part of that address. … [more]

Conservative Judaism

Rosen, David | 31.01.2008

In this sermon Rabbi David Rosen explains the origin of the name given to one movement in Rabbinic Judaism that may also be misleading. … [more]

The Churches and the Shoah

Pizzaballa, Pierbattista | 23.01.2008

On April 25, 2006, Shoah Memorial Day, the Custodian of the Holy Land, Father Pierpattista Pizzaballa, spoke at the Tel Aviv University about the responsibility and guilt which Christianity shares in the events of the Holocaust. This presentation had at that time found a strong echo in the Israeli public. Father Pizzaballa is one of the hghest in rank of the Vatican representatives in the Holy Land. … [more]

60 years - the Ten Points of Seelisberg

Fr. Prof. John Pawlikowski, O.S.M. | 13.09.2007

The existence of the International Council of Christians and Jews (ICCJ) is rooted in the Seelisberg theses. The men and women who joined in debate at that Seelisberg conference afterwards created the ICCJ as basic platform for a continuing exchange and for Christian-Jewish cooperation. … [more]

Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations, University of Cambridge

12.02.2007

Master of Studies Degree in The Study of Jewish-Christian Relations … [more]

Memorial Service for Kristallnacht (The Night of Broken Glass), November 9, 1938

Council of Christians and Jews, New South Wales, Australia | 31.10.2004

A brief service suitable for interfaith use to commemorate Kristallnacht, when synagogues were set afire all over Germany, Jewish shop windows smashed, and more than 30,000 Jews sent to concentration camps. … [more]

The Optimists

31.03.2004

The Story of the Rescue of the Bulgarian Jews from the Holocaust - A film by Jacky and Lisa Comforty … [more]

I Believe

Anderson, Robert | 23.03.2004

The Christian part of a two-part symposium. The Jewish part. … [more]