Hasidic Jews dance with Pope Francis at Vatican.

A delegation of rabbis and activists from the United States, headed by Rabbi Chaim Baruch Gluck and Louis Scheiner, met today with the Pope at Vatican

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The Crucifixion according to Chagall.

Yom Ha-Shoah, Holocaust Memorial Day, opened in Jerusalem on the eve of April 24 at Yad Vashem, in Jerusalem. A present exhibition at the Israel Museum, entitled “Behold the Man,” portrays Jesus as a Jew.

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Conservative US Jews open the door to non-Jews.

The umbrella organization of the Conservative Jewish Congregation in the United States for the first time encourages communities to officially accept non-Jewish friends.

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Fr. Flannery and the Jewish-Christian Dialogue.

Fr. Edward Flannery (d.1998) was a Catholic priest of the Diocese of Providence, an award winning editorialist, a social justice advocate, and a pioneer in Catholic-Jewish relations. He is the author of the groundbreaking book, “The Anguish of the Jews: 2300 Years of Anti-Semitism,” This seven minute video provides a brief overview of his life. Read More

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Jewish-Christian controversy in the 1st-2nd centuries is theme of Seminar in Ratisbonne.

On this last Thursday (February 23), there was the second presentation of the Reshit Da’at seminar in the Ratisbonne (Jerusalem). The theme chosen by Br. Joel Moreira, NDS was “The JewishChristian Controversy in the 1st-2ndcenturies CE,” in which he analyzed conflicting positions between Jews and Christians in apocryphal (non-canonical) writings of that period. Br. Joel still used Read More

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O.C.J.B President congratulates Sion sisters for Card. Bea award.

Mr. Harry Sinnaguel, President of O.C.J.B. (Organe de Consultation entre Chretiens et Juifs en Belgique, in French) congratulated the Sion Sisters for receiving the Cardinal Bea Award. Click here to see more details.

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