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Pope Calls for Interreligious Day of Prayer for Peace

20.11.2001

Pope John Paul II has invited representatives of the world's religions to join in a Day of Prayer for Peace at Assisi, Italy, on January 24, 2002. … [more]

Australian Repentance Service at Anniversary of Night of Broken Glass

15.11.2001

Christians assembled to confess their sorrow for the two thousand years of persecution of Jews. … [more]

Documentary Video on Christian-Jewish Relations Available

10.11.2001

A two-hour television special on Christian-Jewish relations that has been shown widely on Public Television in the United States is now available as a video. … [more]

ICCJ honors founder of jcrelations.net

03.11.2001

Fritz Voll, founder of this Web site, was honored with the Interfaith Gold Medallion "Peace through Dialogue" at a meeting of the regional Council of Christians and Jews on 1 November 2001. … [more]

Council of U.S. Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations Being Formed

01.11.2001

An organizational meeting of a proposed coordinating council of centers and institutes on Christian-Jewish relations in the United States was held October 28-29 in New York City. … [more]

Lutheran-Jewish consultation considers antisemitism, condemns terrorist attacks

20.09.2001

Hungary - Some 60 Lutheran and Jewish representatives from 15 countries gathered at the Manreza Conference Center near Budapest, Hungary, 9-13 September 2001 to discuss the theme 'Antisemitism and Anti-Judaism Today.' … [more]

Jewish Scholars on Joint Historical Commission Reply to Cardinal Kasper

15.09.2001

Jewish scholars of an interfaith team formed to study the Vatican's role in World War II lashed out against what they deemed 'inflammatory'and 'totally unjustified' Vatican attacks, and renewed their calls for more access to the Holy See's archives. … [more]

The International Council of Christians and Jews writes to Cardinal Kasper regarding recent controversies

03.09.2001

Deeply concerned by the public controversies and recriminations relating to the international Catholic-Jewish Historians Commission's decision to halt its research into the role of the Holy See during World War II, ICCJ General Secretary, Rev. Friedhelm Pieper on behalf of the Council's Executive Board on 29 August 2001 wrote to Cardinal Kasper … [more]

Cardinal Kasper comments on Joint Historical Commission controversy

30.08.2001

Cardinal Walter Kasper, President of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, has issued a statement reviewing the controversy about the International Catholic-Jewish Historical Commission … [more]

Joint Catholic-Jewish Historical Commission Suspends Work

10.08.2001

The International Catholic-Jewish Historical Commission, jointly appointed by the Holy See and the International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations (IJCIC) to study the Vatican's role during World War II, especially vis-a-vis the Holocaust, has announced that it is suspending its work. … [more]