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Articles in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, Vol. 7, No 1, 2012
  • A Phenomenology of Return: Forgiveness and Atonement in Emmanuel Levinas and Abraham Joshua Heschel Joseph Redfield Palmisano, SJ
    Cardinal Koch Symposium
  • Theological Questions and Perspectives in Jewish-Catholic Dialogue Kurt Cardinal Koch
  • Discerning the "Stumbling Block" Philip A. Cunningham
  • Jewish Theology and Limits on Reciprocity in Catholic-Jewish Dialogue Adam Gregerman
  • A Jewish Response to "Theological Questions and Perspectives in Jewish-Catholic Dialogue" by Cardinal Kurt Koch Eugene Korn
  • Judaism and Christianity: Reading Cardinal Koch's Address Between the Lines and Against the Grain Peter C. Phan
  • Response to Kurt Cardinal Koch Karla Suomala
  • What if There is Life on Other Planets? Reflections on Kurt Cardinal Koch's Inaugural Lecture Jesper Svartvik

    On Jewish/Christian Relations, on a New York Times Column by Tom Friedman, and on the Mufti of Jerusalem calling for the Murder of Jews By Edward I. Koch, former mayor of New York City and member of Congress, Winter 2012

    Remembering in Good Faith: The Future of Holocaust Remembrance for Christians and Jews By Dr Avril Alba, University of Sydney, May 2012

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    Day of Judaism By Andreas R. Batlogg SJ in Stimmen der Zeit, 2011

    Jews, Christians and Muslims Form a Precedent: An Experiment of the Diocese of Osnabrück Oriented Towards Interreligious Dialogue By Winfried Verburg, head of the department schools and university in the Episcopal general vicariate, in Stimmen der Zeit, 2011

    Articles in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, Vol. 6, No 1, 2011
  • The “Johannine Prayer” that Never Really Was Murray K. Watson
  • "Heart-Rending Ambivalence": Jacques Maritain and the Complexity of Postwar Catholic Philosemitism Richard Francis Crane
  • A Jewish Construction of a Catholic Hero: David Levi's "A Pio IX" Alessandro Grazi
  • Heroic Collective Action: A People's Blessing? James Bernauer, SJ
  • Doing Theology in the Context of the Gift and the Promise of Nostra Aetate Terrence W. Tilley
  • The Jewish Critique of Christianity: In Search of a New Narrative Daniel J. Lasker
  • Dietary Laws in Medieval Christian-Jewish Polemics: A Survey Irven Resnick
  • The Book of Leviticus Interpreted as Jewish Community Robert A. Harris
  • Covenantal Possibilities in a Post-Polemical Age: A Jewish View Eugene Korn
    Was there a "Golden Age? of Christian-Jewish Relations?" Conference at Boston College, April 2010
  • Bright Beginnings: Jewish Christian Relations in the Holy Land, AD 400-700 Eliya Ribak
  • The Cathedral of Bourges: A Witness to Judeo-Christian Dialogue in Medieval Berry Margaret Jennings
  • Whose Golden Age? Some Thoughts on Jewish-Christian Relations in Medieval Iberia Jonathan Ray
  • Rethinking the “Golden Age”: Jewish-Christian Relations in Pre-Modern Poland Magda Teter
  • “Liberty of Conscience” and the Jews in the Dutch Republic Miriam Bodian
  • Interfaith Dialogue and the Golden Age of Christian-Jewish Relations Yaakov Ariel

    New Frontiers in Jewish Christian Thought, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, February 2011
  • Moral Agency, Sin, and Grace: Prospects for Christian Hope and Responsibility By Prof. Darlene Fozard Weaver
  • What Kind of God Can Make a Covenant? By Prof. Robert Jenson
  • Hope and Responsibility: The Assembly with the Promise of God By Prof. Douglas Knight
  • The People Israel, Christianity and the Covenantal Responsibility to History By Rabbi Dr. Eugene Korn
  • Jesus, Paul, and Israel's Covenant: Can Christians and Jews Learn from One Another? By Prof. Gerald R. McDermott
  • Messianic Hope: A Critique By Alan Mittleman
  • Covenant and Mission By Prof. David Novak
  • The Antinomian Threat to Human Flourishing By Prof. Russell R. Reno
  • Covenant and Conversion: The United Mission to Redeem the World By Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin
  • Three Forms of Otherness: Covenant, Mission and Relation to the Other in Rabbinic Perspective By Rabbi Prof. Naftali Rothenberg
  • Hope and Responsibility: A Zionist Perspective By Deborah Weissman

    CJCUC Statement on a Jewish Understanding of Christians and Christianity Written by Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding & Cooperation, May 2011

    Covenant and Witness Written by the Hebraic Heritage Christian Center, May 2011

    Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World: Recommendations for Conduct Written by World Council of Churches, Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, World Evangelical Alliance, June 2011

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    The Other as Oneself Within Judaism: A Catholic Interpretation By Peter Admirand in the website of the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, March 2010

    Christians and Jews: People of God By the General Assembly Mission Council, Presbyterian Church (USA), February 2010

    Breaking Down the Walls The full 172-page report of the Middle East Study Committee, Presbyterian Church (USA), March 2010

    The Jewish-Christian Relationship and the Middle East By Rabbi David Rosen, delivered in Vatican City to the special Bishops' Synod on the Middle-East, October 2010

    Affirming the Image of God Statement of Scholars of the Jewish Theology Project of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, September 2010

    Greetings to Pope Benedict XVI at the Great Synagogue of Rome By Riccardo di Segni, Chief Rabbi of Rome, January 2010

    Address during Papal Visit to the Great Synagogue of Rome By Riccardo Pacifici, President, Jewish Community of Rome, January 2010

    Address at the Great Synagogue of Rome Pope Benedict XVI, January 2010

    Recent Developments in Jewish–Christian Relations By Walter Cardinal Kasper at Liverpool Hope University, May 2010

    Jewish outreach: No time to 'stand still' By Adam Miller in Baptist Press News, July 2010

    Absp Koch: Tridentine prayer not a call to mission to Jews By Patricia Biel in Le Temps, July 2010

    Catholics pray for 'Jews' conversion' By Lisa Palmieri-Billig, April 2010

    Should Jews proselytize? Should anyone? By Brad Hirschfield, March 2010

    Reflections on the August 2008 "Berlin Declaration on the Uniqueness of Christ and Jewish Evangelism in Europe Today" of the Theological Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance By the Executive Board, International Council of Christians and Jews, March 2010

    Letter from IJCIC to Pope Benedict XVI on His Visit to the Great Synagogue of Rome By the Internation Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations, January 2010

    Articles in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, Vol. 5, 2010
  • "Civilizational" Boundaries in Christian-Jewish Relations By Andrew K. Wise
  • Relationships Across the Divide: An Instigator of Transformation By Theresa O'Keefe
  • In Search of an Explanation for the Suffering of the Jews: Johann Reuchlin's Open Letter of 1505 By Franz Posset
  • Paul's "Rule in All the Churches" (1 Cor 7:17-24) and Torah-Defined Ecclesiological Variegation By David J. Rudolph
  • Christological Torah By Holly Taylor Coolman
  • Unmuzzling the Ox: Should Torah be Normative for Gentile Christians? By Jodie Boyer Hatlem and Doug Johnson Hatlem
  • Response to Papers Presented at the American Academy of Religion Conference By Adam Gregerman
  • Borders and Beyond: Priests and Laity, Jews and Christians By Eugene B. Korn
  • The Jewishness of Jesus and Christian-Jewish Dialogue: A Colloquium in Honor of Joep van Beeck, S.J. By Thomas H. Tobin, S.J. and Jeffry V. Mallow, Emeritus
  • The State of the Global Catholic-Jewish Dialogue By John T. Pawlikowski, OSM
  • The Word Set Free: Presenting the New Testament in its First Century Context By Daniel J. Harrington, S.J.
  • The Aryan Jesus: Christian Theologians and the Bible in Nazi Germany By Susannah Heschel and Kevin P. Spicer
  • Courtesy, Confrontation, Cooperation: Jewish-Christian/Catholic Relations in the United States Mary By Christine Athans, B.V.M.
  • Mark 11:16: A Status Quaestionis By Brian C. Dennert

    A Ray of that Truth which Enlightens All People By Isabel Smyth SND in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, October 2010

    John Paul II, Lower Manhattan and the Power of Religious Symbolism Philip A. Cunningham in The Jewish Exponent, 2010

    Bishops Meeting Rabbis: A Notable Initiative in Christian-Jewish Dialogue By Hubert Frankemölle in Herder Correspondence, 2010

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    Recent Challenges in Catholic-Jewish Dialogue By Thomas Ryan, CSP, June 2009

    Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations [published by the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College], Volume 4, Issue 1 2009. Includes:
  • 'Lifting the Veil': The Challenges Posed by 2 Corinthians 3 By Thomas D. Stegman S.J.
  • The Myth of the 'Law-Free' Paul Standing between Christians and Jews By Mark Nanos
  • The Apostle Paul in the Popular Jewish Imagination: The Case Study of the British Jewish Chronicle – By Daniel R. Langton
  • The Lack of Evidence for a Jewish Christian Countermission in Galatia By Adam Gregerman
  • Mysticism, Experience, and Pedagogy in Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Andrew V. Ettin and Ulrike Wiethaus
  • Christ in the Works of Two Jewish Artists: When Art is Interreligious Dialogue By Marina S. Hayman
  • The Resurrection of Jesus and Human Beings in Medieval Christian and Jewish Theology and Polemical Literature By Steven J. McMichael
  • Reinhold Niebuhr's Approach to the State of Israel: The Ethical Promise and Theological Limits of Christian Realism By Carys Moseley
  • Jesus-Believing Jews in Australia: Celebrate Messiah as a Case Study By Dvir Abramovich
  • Introduction of A Time for Recommitment: Building the New Relationship between Christians and Jews By Philip A. Cunningham
  • A Time for Recommitment: Building the New Relationship between Jews and Christians International Council of Christians and Jews
  • Official Ecclesial Documents to Implement the Second Vatican Council on Relations with Jews: Study Them, Become Immersed in Them, and Put Them into Practice By Philip A. Cunningham
  • The Holocaust as a Source for Jewish-Christian Bonding By Gershon Greenberg
  • Paul's Use of the Old Testament in Romans By Daniel J. Harrington
  • Learning About Ourselves While Learning About Each Other By Joseph Sievers and Lawrence H. Schiffman
  • Jews and Judaism in European Catholic Catechisms and Textbooks By Maria Brutti
  • Jewish Community Institutions and Education in Interfaith Efforts By Anat Barber
  • From Denial to Acceptance: Holy See - Israel Relations By Mordechay Lewy
  • Liturgy in the Light of Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Ruth Langer
  • Considering the Other's Tikkun: A Response to Liturgy in the Light of Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Barbara Meyer
  • A Study of Covenant By Edward Kessler
  • A Public Dialogue: Contemporary Questions about Covenant(s) and Conversion By Ed D. Kessler and Philip A. Cunningham
  • The Lifting of the Excommunications of Bishops Ordained by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre By Philip A. Cunningham, Michael J. Carroll, and Alan Iser
  • "To the Jews as a Jew" (1 Cor 9:20): Paul and Jewish Identity By Pheme Perkins
  • Has the Papacy 'Owned' Vatican Guilt for the Church's Role in the Holocaust? By Kevin Madigan
  • The Vatican, Antisemitism, and the Holocaust: A Response to Kevin Madigan By Kevin P. Spicer C.S.C.
  • Does the Church 'Get' the Holocaust? A Response to Kevin Madigan By Alan Brill

    Pope Benedict, Holocaust Denial, and the Society of Saint Pius X Transcript of the presentation given by John R. Donahue, S.J. at Beth El Congregation, March 3, 2009

    Buber Invites Barth to a Dance - in Jerusalem… By Matthew Del Nevo in Australian EJournal of Theology, March 2009

    To the Dialogue between the Chief Rabbinate of Israel and the Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews Pope Benedict XVI, March 2009

    There is No Alternative to Dialogue among Christians and Jews By Walter Cardinal Kasper in L'Osservatore Romano, May 2009

    A Note on Ambiguities Contained in 'Reflections on Covenant and Mission' By the Committee on Doctrine and Committee on Ecumenical & Interreligious Affairs, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, June 2009

    Recognitio of Change in Adult Catechism By the Committee for Ecumenical & Interreligious Affairs, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, August 2009

    Letter on USCCB "Note on Ambiguities" By the National Jewish Interfaith Leadership, August 2009

    Reply to Rabbis' Letter of Concern By Cardinals George and Keeler, Archbishop Gregory, and Bishops Lori and Murphy, October 2009

    Statement of Principles for Catholic-Jewish Dialogue By Cardinals George and Keeler, Archbishop Gregory, and Bishops Lori and Murphy, October 2009

    Response to Bishops' Letter of Oct. 2 By the National Jewish Interfaith Leadership, October 2009

    A Time for Recommitment: Building the New Relationship between Jews and Christians By the International Council of Christians and Jews, July 2009

    No to Mission to the Jews — Yes to Dialogue Between Jews and Christians By the Discussion Group "Jews and Christians," Central Committee of German Catholics, March 2009

    Statement of the Jewish Members of the Discussion Group "Jews and Christians" By the Jewish members of the "Jews and Christians" discussion group of the Central Committee of German Catholics, June 2009

    Letter to Several American Bishops By the Sisters of Our Lady of Sion, September 2009

    A Precarious Moment in Catholic-Jewish relations By Abraham H. Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League, September 2009

    A Counter-Revolution in Jewish-Catholic Ties By J.J. Goldberg in The Jewish Daily Forward, August 2009

    Response to Statement of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on Covenant, Mission, and Dialogue By David Berger and Fabian Schonfeld, July 2009

    New Rows Deepen Old Ruts in Catholic-Jewish Relations By John Allen in National Catholic Reporter, June 2009

    A Note on Ambiguities Contained in 'Reflections on Covenant and Mission' By the Committee on Doctrine and Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, USCCB, June 2009

    Address to Pope Benedict XVI By Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi Yona Metzger, May 2009

    An Open Message to the Pope By Shear Yashuv Cohen, chief rabbi of Haifa and co-chairman of the Bilateral Commission of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel and the Holy See, May 2009

    The Church's Commitment to Christ and the Christian-Jewish Dialogue By the Chairman of the German Bishops Conference, May 2009

    Preface to the 2nd Edition of "No to Mission to the Jews - Yes to Dialogue between Jews and Christians" By Hanspeter Heinz, May 2009

    Bishops' Conference Criticizes Lay Group's Demand for Dialogue By Gernot Facius in Die Welt-Welt Online, April 2009

    The Church's Confession of Christ in the Christian-Jewish Dialogue By the Chairman of the Ecumenical Commission of the German Bishops' Conference, Bishop Gerhard Ludwig Mueller, April 2009

    The Catholic-Jewish Dialogue: Where We Have Come, Where We Need To Go By Stanislaw Cardinal Dziwisz, March 2009

    Desiring the Impossible By Thomas Casey SJ, Director of the Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies in Rome, in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, December 2009

    Schismatic Bishops, Holocaust Denial and Christian-Jewish Relations By John McDade SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, March 2009

    2009 - An Eventful Year of Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Christian M. Rutishauser SJ, head of the department education in Lassalle Haus in Bad Schönbrunn (Switzerland), in Stimmen der Zeit, 2009

    A Future 'Trinity' of Jews, Christians and Muslims ? Theses on a Matter of Life and Death not only for the Three Monotheist Religions By Ernst Förster SJ

    Which Messiah Does Save Us? By Jürgen Springer in Christ in der Gegenwart, 2009

    Raising consciousness of Judaism in your church … and why it matters A workshop outline and resource guide devised for Christian congregation and groups, by Reverend David Houston, Christian Co-chair, The Council of Christians and Jews (SA), 2009

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    Agreement between The Chief Rabbis of Israel and The Archbishop of Canterbury The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams and the Chief Rabbis of Israel, Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar and Chief Rabbi Yonah Metzger signed a joint Declaration on 6 September 2006 which sets out a framework for continuing dialogue between them. Includes communiques from 2007 and 2008

    Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations [published by the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College], Volume 3, Issue 1, 2008. Includes:
  • The Blessing of Israel and "the Curse of the Law": A Study of Galatians 3:10-14 Vincent M. Smiles
  • Does the Catholic Church Have a Mission "with" Jews or "to" Jews? By Mary C. Boys
  • The Controversy Surrounding the 2008 Good Friday Prayer in Europe: The Discussion and its Theological Implications By Hans Hermann Henrix
  • Reflections on Conversion and Proselytizing in Judaism and Christianity By David Berger
  • Moving the Christian-Jewish Dialogue to a New Level: Can it Happen? By John T. Pawlikowski
  • The Impact of Christian-Jewish Dialogue on Catholic Biblical Studies By Eugene Fisher
  • The Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel: Reflections on its Sixtieth Anniversary Raymond Cohen, Deborah Weissman, James Bernauer, SJ, Eugene Korn, Ruth Lautt, OP, Leonard Greenspoon, Ursula Rudnick, Dennis Hale, Peter Pettit, Racelle Weiman
  • Theologies of the Land and State of Israel: The Role of the Secular in Jewish and Christian Understandings Ruth Langer
  • The Land of Israel (Eretz Yisra'el) in Jewish and Christian Understanding Richard C. Lux
  • New Understandings of Paul and His Jewish Heritage: A Select Bibliography David Bolton, Emmanuel Nathan
  • The Land of Israel in Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations Yehezkel Landau
  • Founding Father of Jewish-Christian Relations: The Rev. James Parkes (1896-1981) Alice Eckardt
  • One Christian Perspective on Land and the State of Israel Michael McGarry

    Vigilance against Anti-Jewish Ideas and Bias By the Office of Interfaith Relations, Presbyterian Church (USA), May 2008

    Striving for Mutual Respect in Modes of Prayer By Walter Cardinal Kasper in L'Osservatore Romano, April 2008

    The Berlin Declaration on the Uniqueness of Christ and Jewish Evangelism in Europe Today By the Theological Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance, August 2008

    The Gospel and the Jewish People: An Evangelical Statement By the World Evangelical Alliance, March 2008

    Judaism's Way to Salvation By Christoph Cardinal Schonborn, March 2008

    Religious Peace by Abraham? By Jurgen Springer in Christ in der Gegenwart, 2008

    What Unites Us, What Separates "the Abrahamic Religions"- from the Jewish Perspective? By Michael Wolffsohn, professor of modern history at the University of the Bundeswehr Munich, in the periodical of the Catholic Academy in Bavaria 'zur debatte', 2008

    Judaism and Catholic Prayer: A New Horizon for the Liturgy By Mary Christine Athans B.V.M. in New Theology Review, November 2008

    Jewish Influence on Early Christian Liturgy: A Reappraisal By Paul Bradshaw, 2008

    60 years — the Church and the State of Israel By Frank Crüsemann, Professor emeritus of Old Testament at the Church College in Bethel, 2008

    Themes in Post-Nostra Aetate Catholic Ecclesial Documents By Philip A. Cunningham, 2008

    The Prayer for the Jews on Good Friday: A Reflection By Joseph Sobb SJ in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Spring 2008

    Listening to the Narrative of the Other By Ron Hoenig, Co-chair of the South Australian Council of Christians and Jews, at the Beit Shalom Synagogue, Adelaide, October 2008

    Hearing the painful Narrative of the Other By Ron Hoenig, Co-chair of the South Australian Council of Christians and Jews, October 2008

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    Bilateral Commission Meeting By The Delegation of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel's Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church, March 2007

    Sixth Academic Meeting between Judaism and Orthodox Christianity Communiqué, March 2007

    Salvation from the Jewish Jesus of Nazareth By Fr. Norbert Hofmann, S.D.B., Secretary, Commission for Religious Relations with Judaism, in L'Osservatore Romano, 21 March 2007

    Judaism as a Free Church: Footnotes to John Howard Yoder's The Jewish-Christian Schism Revisited By Daniel Boyarin in Cross Currents, Winter 2007
    Reflections on Covenant and Mission Forty Years after Nostra Aetate By John T. Pawlikowski

    The Virtues of Dialogue By Thomas Stransky, CSP, and Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum on the Making of Nostra Aetate, in Bulletin 78, January 2007

    Christology, Messianism and Jewish-Christian Relations By Tim Dean, Director of the World Media Trust, and an Anglican priest working part-time in Godalming Parish, ca. 2007

    Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations [published by the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College], Volume 2, Issue 2, 2007. Includes:
  • The 1947 Seelisberg Conference: The Foundation of the Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Christian M. Rutishauser
  • Seelisberg: An Appreciation By Victoria Barnett
  • Jacques Maritain and the Jewish Question: Theology, Identity and Politics By Robert A. Ventresca
  • Emancipation from the Whirlwind: Piety and Rebellion among Jewish-American Post-Holocaust and Christian Liberation Readings of Job By David C. Tollerton
  • Pluralism Out Of The Sources Of Judaism: Religious Pluralism Without Relativism By Raphael Jospe
  • Jewish Philosophical and Psychological Approaches to the Apostle Paul Daniel R. Langton
  • "And after the fire a soft murmuring sound ..." The Abiding Significance of Judaism for Christian Identity By Christian M. Rutishauser
  • Exploring Covenant in a World of Faiths By William Bellinger
  • Response to: Exploring Covenant in a World of Faiths By Ruth Langer
  • Jewish-Christian Dialogue about Covenant By Ruth Langer
  • Response to: Jewish-Christian Dialogue about Covenant By William Bellinger
  • Dabro LeShalom : A Jewish Contemplation of Peacemaking By Edward Rettig

    The Bible and Inter-religious Dialogue, Especially Jewish-Christian Conversations: Response to Donald Senior, C.P., Hein-Fry Lectures By David L. Balch, PLTS, March 16, 2007

    Salvation from the Jewish Jesus of Nazareth By Norbert J. Hofmann, S.D.B., Secretary, Commission for Religious Relations with Judaism, L'Osservatore Romano, March 2007

    Reflections from a Roman Catholic on 'Understanding Christian Support for Israel' By Philip A. Cunningham, March 2007

    Then and Now: 10 Advances in Christian-Jewish Understanding Since Nostra Aetate By David L. Coppola, Ph.D., Executive Director, CCJU of Sacred Heart University, 2007

    Publications Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding, Sacred Heart University

    Healing Rifts Between Religions Keynote Address by Rabbi Raymond Apple AO RFD, International Conference, International Council of Christians and Jews, Sydney, July 2007

    A Deafening Silence By Edward Kessler, Director of the Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations, Cambridge, England, 2007
    In Support of Jewish-Christian Dialogue: A Reply to Edward Kessler By Father Raniero Cantalamessa, Preacher to the Papal Household, 2007
    Response by Dr. Kessler to Article by Fr. Cantalamessa 2007

    60 years – the Ten Points of Seelisberg By John Pawlikowski, O.S.M., President, International Council of Christians and Jews, 2007

    Gophna to Galilee: The Bridge between Christian Beginnings and Jewish Rebirth By Cliff Carrington

    Learning from History ? Pre-war Germany and Now By Dr Rachael Kohn, October 2007

    Why it's worth walking on eggshells: A Jewish contribution to the interfaith conversation By Ron Hoenig, Jewish Co-Chair of the Council of Christians and Jews (SA), October 2007

    Theological Presuppositions and Their Impact on Jewish-Christian Relations Australian Council of Christians and Jews, September 2007

    Healing Rifts Between Religions Keynote Address at the International Conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews, Sydney, July 2007

    The Last Supper – Some of its meanings for Christians and its links to the Passover Australian Council of Christians and Jews, February 2007

    God, Suffering and the 'Problem of Evil': Jews and Christians as Keepers of the Question by The Right Reverend Dr Mark Burton, 2007

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    Joint Declaration International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee 19th Meeting, Cape Town, South Africa, November 2006

    Bi-Lateral Commission Meeting The Delegation of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel's Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church, Rome, February 2006

    Joint Declaration of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Chief Rabbis of Israel September 2006

    Report from Inter-religious Consultation on "Conversion: Assessing the Reality” By Consultation Participants. Organised by the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Vatican City, and the Office on Interreligious Relations & Dialogue of the World Council of Churches, Geneva. May 2006

    Christology, Messianism and Jewish-Christian Relations By Tim Dean, Director of the World Media Trust, and an Anglican priest working part-time in Godalming Parish

    The Role of the Birkath Haminim in Early Jewish-Christian Relations: A Reexamination of the Evidence By Philip L. Mayo, North Central University, in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2006

    Conscience Perspectives: The Roman Catholic View By Fr Frank Brennan SJ, Professor of Human Rights and Social Justice at the Institute of Legal Studies, Australian Catholic University, 2006
    Conscience: A Jewish Perspective By Rabbi Fred Morgan, 2006

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    Jews and Christians in Germany: Responsibility in Today's Pluralistic Society Discussion Group; "Jews and Christians," Central Committee of German Catholics, March 2005

    Bi-Lateral Commission Meeting The Delegation of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel's Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church, Rome, June 2005

    The Catholic-Jewish Scholars Dialogue of Chicago: A Model of Interreligious Dialogue By Michael C. Kotzin, Executive Vice President, Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, presented at a conference on Nostra Aetate Today: Reflections 40 Years after Its Call for a New Era of Interreligious Relationships at The Institute for the Study of Religions and Cultures, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, Italy, September 26, 2005

    John Paul II and Hans Urs von Balthasar: The Relationship between the Jews and the Church By Fr. Bevil Bramwell, OMI in The Catholic Social Science Review, 2005

    The Genesis of Nostra Aetate By Thomas Stransky, C.S.P., in America, October 24, 2005

    Nostra Aetate: A Continuing Challenge By Eugene J. Fisher, 2005

    Nostra Aetate : A Jewish View "From Disputation to Dialogue" By Rabbi Leon Klenicki, 2005

    Nostra Aetate: The Beginning of the Beginning By Philip A. Cunningham, 2005

    Unresolved issues and Suggested Solutions By Rabbi Gary Bretton-Granatoor, 2005

    Nostra Aetate: 40 Years of Catholic-Jewish Ties By Rabbi Gary Bretton-Granatoor, Director of Interfaith Affairs for the Anti-Defamation League, 2005

    The Interfaith Story behind Nostra Aetate Panel discussion sponsored by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2005

    Forty Years After Nostra Aetate By Karen Howard, Ph.D., who teaches Holocaust courses at Merrimack College in No. Andover, MA and is on the faculty in the Theology Department at Boston College, April 2005

    The Catholic Church and the Jewish People from Vatican II to Today
    Course taught at the Pontifical Gregorian University, October 2004 to January 2005 and organized by the Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies
  • Steps Taken and Questions Remaining in Jewish-Christian Relations Today: Thirty Years of the Pontifical Commission for the Religious Relations with the Jews By Cardinal Walter Kasper, President, Pontifical Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews
  • Steps Taken and Questions Remaining in Jewish-Christian Relations Today By Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni, Chief Rabbi of the Jewish Community in Rome
  • The Difficult Apprenticeship of Diversity By Prof. Anna Foa
  • Reflections Towards Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Carlo Maria Cardinal Martini
  • Israel and the Church – The Two Explorers of the Promised Land: Towards a Christian Theology of Judaism By Most Rev. Bruno Forte, Archbishop of Chieti-Vasto
  • Jewish Perspectives on Christianity By Rabbi Prof. Giuseppe Laras, Chief Rabbi of Milan
  • Nostra Aetate and the Discovery of the Sacrament of Otherness By Prof. Alberto Melloni
  • The Shoah as a Shadow upon Jewish-Christian Dialogue and as a Stimulus to It By Prof. Massimo Giuliani teaches Jewish Studies and Philosophical Hermeneutics at the University of Trent, Italy
  • The Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee By Monsignor Pier Francesco Fumagalli
  • The Creation of the Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and Its Work By Cardinal Jorge Mejía
  • Jewish-Christian Relations: A Conciliar Discovery and Its Methodological Consequences for Dogmatic Theology By Prof. Dr. Peter Hünermann
  • The Vatican and Israel By Cardinal Achille Silvestrini

    Christians and Jews: Redefining the Relationship By Tom Ryan, CSP, April 2005

    Jews and Christians By Pieter M. Venter in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2005

    Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations [published by the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College], Volume 1, Issue 1, 2005. Includes:
  • Forging an Incarnational Theology Two Score Years after Nostra Aetate By Jesper Svartvik in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2005
  • "With Sincere Reverence": A Christological Perspective for the Interreligious Dialogue Envisioned by Nostra Aetate By Paolo Gamberini SJ in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2005
  • After 40 Years, Nostra Aetate's Christological Implications By Hans Hermann Henrix in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2005
  • A Covenantal Christology By Philip A. Cunningham
  • Jewish-Christian Dialogue and the Theology of Religions By Christian M. Rutishauser
  • Can Catholicism Validate Jewish Biblical Interpretation? By Jon D. Levenson
  • What Can a Catholic Learn from the History of Jewish Biblical Exegesis? By Gary A. Anderson
  • Anti-Judaism in Marcion and his Opponents By Joseph B. Tyson
  • A Holy Land Context for Nostra Aetate By David M. Neuhaus SJ and Jamal Khader, Bethlehem University, in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, 2005
  • Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik's 'Confrontation': A Reassessment By Marshall J. Breger
  • Do We Share a Book? The Sunday Lectionary and Jewish-Christian Relations By Michael Peppard
  • Christian Prayer and Song in a Post-Holocaust Church By E. Byron Anderson
  • Branches of that Good Olive Tree: 21st Century Liturgical Challenges and Possibilities By Audrey Doetzel
  • What the Catholic Church Has Learnt from Interreligious Dialogue By Michael L. Fitzgerald
  • The Promise of Interreligious Dialogue for a World in Conflict By Michael L. Fitzgerald

    How Many Jews Became Christians in the First Century? The Failure of the Christian Mission to the Jews By David C. Sim in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2005

    Forty Years After Nostra Aetate By Karen Howard, Ph.D., who teaches Holocaust courses at Merrimack College in No. Andover, MA and is on the faculty in the Theology Department at Boston College, April 2005

    The Kingdom of Heaven in Kindred Systems, Judaic and Christian By Jacob Neusner, Bard College, in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2005

    Peace in the World: The Contribution of Interreligious Relations By Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald at Georgetown University, February 2005

    Reflections on Covenant and Mission By Edward Idris Cardinal Cassidy. Excerpted from his book, Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue, Paulist Press, 2005

    Reflecting on the Reflections By Philip A. Cunningham in a panel discussion on "Should Catholics Seek to Convert Jews (If Jews Are in True Covenant with God)?” February 2005

    Evangelization and Interreligious Dialogue By Michael J. Himes in a panel discussion on "Should Catholics Seek to Convert Jews (If Jews Are in True Covenant with God)?” February 2005

    On Conversion By Fred Lawrence in a panel discussion on "Should Catholics Seek to Convert Jews (If Jews Are in True Covenant with God)?” February 2005

    A Kinder, Gentler Teaching of Contempt? Jews and Judaism in Contemporary Protestant Evangelical Children's Fiction By Mark Stover in Journal of Religion and Society, 2005

    Nostra Aetate: Building Bridges of Friendship and Cooperation Over 40 years By David Creamer S.J. in Perspective: A Semi-Annual Examination and Application of Catholic and Ignatian Thought, November 2005

    Rediscovering Vatican II: Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue By Rabbi Raymond Apple, 2005

    The Future of Jewish-Christian Relations By Philip A. Cunningham, Executive Director of the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College, at the International Conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews, 2005

    Rediscovering Vatican II: Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue By Edward Idris Cardinal Cassidy, 2005

    Religion in Global Society: Perspectives in Light of Nostra Aetate By Cardinal Francis George, Archbishop of Chicago. Closing address from the conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews held in Chicago, Illinois (U.S.A.) in July 2005

    Trialogue between Jews, Christians, and Muslims: Considerations from a Christian Viewpoint By Hans Kessler in Stimmen der Zeit, 2005

    Personal Reflections on Pope John Paul II By Arthur Schneier, Chairman of the Editorial Board of Midstream, President of the Appeal of Conscience Foundation, and rabbi and spiritual leader of Park East Synagogue in New York City, May-June 2005

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    Joint Declaration International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee 18th Meeting, Buenos Aires, July 2004

    Bi-Lateral Commission Meeting The Delegation of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel's Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church, Rome, October 2004

    Catholic-Jewish Dialogue: A Developing Agenda By Cardinal William H. Keeler, June 7, 2004

    Jewish-Christian Relations: A Conciliar Discovery and Its Methodological Consequences for Dogmatic Theology By Prof. Dr. Peter Hünermann, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome – December 7, 2004

    Paul and Gamaliel By Bruce D. Chilton and Jacob Neusnerin Bulletin for Biblical Research, 2004

    Protestant and Jewish Approaches to the Scriptures (Or What I Learned ... from Inter-faith Bible Study) By Gregory Mobley, May 2004

    Reflections on Anti-Semitism and the Church By Cardinal William Keeler, June 2004

    The Relationship of the Old and the New Covenant as One of the Central Issues in Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Walter Cardinal Kasper at the Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations, Cambridge, December 2004

    Ancient Judaism, the Humanity of Jesus, and Catholic Biblical Scholarship By Frederick James Murphy at Boston College, November 2004

    Judaism and Other Religions: An Orthodox perspective By Rabbi Dr. Alan Brill for the "World Symposium of Catholic Cardinals and Jewish Leaders," January 2004 in New York City

    Holy Envy: What I Admire in Judaism By Robert Anderson, a minister of the Uniting Church in Australia and Professor emeritus of Old Testament Studies at Ormond College, University of Melbourne, 2004

    Holy Envy: What I Admire in Christianity By Rabbi Dr. John Levi, rabbi of Reform Judaism in Melbourne, Australia, 2004

    Facts, Faith, and Film-Making: Jesus' Passion and Its Portrayal A study guide by the Christian Scholars Group on Christian-Jewish Relations for viewers and reviewers, 2004

    The Essence of Jewishness in the Perspective of History By Ken Arkwright, July 2004

    Border Crossings By Fay Zwicky, 2004

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    Joint Statement Pontifical Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel's Commission for the Jewish-Catholic Dialogue, February 2003

    Joint Commission Meeting The Chief Rabbinate of Israel's Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church and the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, December 2003

    Recommendations for the Liturgy European Lutheran Commission on the Church and the Jewish People, 2003

    Jewish Understandings of the Religious Other By Ruth Langer in Theological Studies, June, 2003

    Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik on Interreligious Dialogue: Forty Years Later November 2003 conference. Includes introduction, the original essay by Rabbi Soloveitchik, "Confrontation", panel papers and responses, and online continuing conversation

    The Semiotics of Embodiment: Radical Orthodoxy and Jewish-Christian Relations By Randi Rashkover, York College of Pennsylvania

    A Listening Theologian: Ecumenical and Jewish-Christian Dialogue in the Early Theology of Gregory Baum By Harold Wells in Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses, 2003

    Jewish-Christian Dialogue under the Shadow of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict By Gregory Baum in Théologiques, 2003

    The Sidic Review and the Dialogue between the Religions (1967- 2002) By Mary Kelly in SIDIC Periodical, 2003

    Seeking a Culture of Dialogue in the United States: Jewish-Catholic Dialogue Group By Mary Rooney in SIDIC Periodical, 2003

    Seeking a Culture of Dialogue in the United States: Where Do We Go from Here? By Joseph Bernardin in SIDIC Periodical, 2003

    Documentation In SIDIC Periodical, 2003. Contents: 1933 letter from Edith Stein to Pope Pius XI; excerpts from the USA – Bishops Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs and Consultation of the National Council of Synagogues; A Statement by the Christian Scholars Group on Christian-Jewish Relations; Declaration of the French Bishops in Auschwitz-Birkenau; Spiritual Resources of the Religions for Peace; Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with Judaism and Chief Rabbinate of Israel - Commission for the Jewish-Catholic Dialogue; European Declaration of Christians, Jews and Muslims

    Sidic: A Concrete Experience of Dialogue By Emilio Baccarini in SIDIC Periodical, 2003

    Relations with the Other By Jean Halpérin in SIDIC Periodical, 2003

    Seeking a Culture of Dialogue in the Middle East: A Holistic Peace Process for the Middle East By Yehezkel Landau in SIDIC Periodical, 2003

    Seeking of Culture of Dialogue in the Middle East: Remembrance for Peace By Emile Shoufani in SIDIC Periodical, 2003

    Seeking a Culture of Dialogue in Poland: The Necropola Where Understanding is Born By Lila Licari in SIDIC Periodical, 2003

    Seeking a Culture of Dialogue in the United States: Some Reflections at Fifteen By Sophie K. Black in SIDIC Periodical, 2003

    Antisemitism: A Wound to be Healed By Walter Cardinal Kasper, Reflections for the Fourth European Day of Jewish Culture, September 2003

    One God: Many Faiths - A Jewish Theology of Covenantal Pluralism By Eugene Korn, Boston College, March 2003

    Christians and Jews: Starting Over - Why the Real Dialogue Has Just Begun By Luke Timothy Johnson in Commonweal, January 2003

    "To the Editors" Correspondence between Avery Cardinal Dulles and Luke Timothy Johnson Commonweal, January 2003

    Evangelization and Interreligious Dialogue By Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, president of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, at Trinity College in Washington, October 2003

    The Catholic Church and the Jewish People By William Cardinal Keeler, at the annual meeting of the International Council of Christians and Jews in Utrecht, the Netherlands, July 2003

    Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik on Interreligious Dialogue: Forty Years Later Includes: The Original Essay by Rabbi Soloveitchik, "Confrontation"; Rabbi Dr. Eugene Korn, The Man of Faith and Religious Dialogue: Revisiting "Confrontation" After Forty Years; Responses to Professor Berger, Rabbi Klapper and Professor Cunningham; Rabbi Dr. David Berger, Revisiting “Confrontation” After Forty Years: A Response to Rabbi Eugene Korn; Rabbi Aryeh Klapper, Revisiting "Confrontation" After Forty Years: A Response to Rabbi Eugene Korn; Dr. Philip A. Cunningham, Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik on Interreligious Dialogue - Forty Years Later: One Catholic's Reflections. November 2003

    Recognizing Each Other's Religious Legitimacy: How Far Can We Go? By Philip A. Cunningham, March 2003

    Competing Claims for Truth: Medieval Judaism and Christianity in Conflict By Daniel J. Lasker, Professor of Medieval Jewish Philosophy at Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel, February 2003

    The New PBC Document: Continuity, Discontinuity, and Progression Revisited By Joan E. Cook, Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture at Washington Theological Union. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Catholic Biblical Association in San Francisco, August 2003

    Joined by Word and Covenant: Reflections on a Recent Vatican Document on Jewish Christian Relations By John R. Donahue, SJ, Professor of New Testament Studies at St. Mary's Seminary and University in Baltimore, March 2003

    The Virtue of Hate By Meir Y. Soloveitchik in First Things, January 2003

    'Jerusalem in Slavery:' Christians, the Bible, and Contemporary Israeli/Palestinian Politics By F. Michael Perko, SJ, Director of the Center for the Advanced Study of Christianity and Culture at Loyola University of Chicago, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Israel Studies, April 2003

    A Statement on Jewish-Christian Relations By the Alliance of Baptists, April 2003

    Bearing Faithful Witness: Statement On United Church–Jewish Relations Today 38th General Council of the United Church of Canada, August 2003

    Mission and Ecumenicity, Witness and Dialogue as Central Fields of Work of the Church A statement by the Office for Mission and Ecumenical Affairs of the Protestant Church in Hesse and Nassau, October 2003

    A Response to Dabru Emet By the European Lutheran Commission on the Church and the Jewish People, May 2003

    Building a Positive Versus a Negative Identity By Pauline Bebe in Ecumenism, 2003

    Learning from Each Other – A Christian Perspective By Mary C. Boys. Address delivered at Fordham University, October 2003
    Learning From Each Other – Reflections of a Jew By Rabbi David Rosen, former President of the International Council of Christians and Jews, October 2003

    Judaism as “Sacrament of Otherness” By Philip A. Cunningham, director of the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College, at the annual conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews, Utrecht, The Netherlands, June 2003

    A Message for a Secularized World Sister Geneviève Comeau of the Centre Sèvres in Paris at a conference sponsored by Christian-Jewish Dialogue in Montreal, 2003

    Acceptance Speech upon Receiving the Buber-Rosenzweig Medal By German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer, March 2003

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    The First Alexandria Declaration January 2002

    Reflections on Covenant and Mission Consultation of The National Council of Synagogues and The Bishops Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, USCCB, August 2002

    Address on the 37th Anniversary of Nostra Aetate By Walter Cardinal Kasper, Rome, October 28, 2002

    A Sacred Obligation: Rethinking Christian Faith in Relation to Judaism and the Jewish People A Statement by the Christian Scholars Group on Christian-Jewish Relations, September 1, 2002

    A Wild Shoot Grafted: How the Encounter with Judaism can Transform Christianity By Christian M. Rutishauser in The Way, 2002

    Orthodox Judaism and Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Rabbi David Rosen, November 2002

    Torah and Testimony: Making Sense of Disputation in Dialogue By Zev Garber in SIDIC Periodical, 2001-2002

    Documentation In SIDIC Periodical, 2001-2002. Contains a talk by Cardinal Walter Kasper and a document by the National Council of Synagogues and the U.S. Catholic Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs on September 11

    Documentation By (44-53) in SIDIC Periodical, 2002. Contents: The First Alexandria Declaration of the Religious Leaders of the Holy Land; Letter of John Paul II to All the Heads of State and Government of the World; Decalogue of Assisi for Peace; European Encounter Between Jews and Catholics Organized by the European Jewish Congress; The Pope's Message to the Participants in This European Encounter; “Historical Outline of the Relations Between Jews and Catholics During the Pontificate of Pope John Paul II” by Prof. Jean Halpérin; “What Future Has John Paul II Opened?” by Jean Marie Cardinal Lustiger

    Between God and His People By Dom Grammont in SIDIC Periodical, 2002

    Volume 49 No. 1 of Midstream Contains several evaluations of A Sacred Obligation

    The Pontifical Biblical Commission's 2001 Study on The Jewish People and Their Sacred Scriptures in the Christian Bible: Selected Important Quotations with Comments By Philip A. Cunningham, April 2002

    Achievements and Further Challenges in the Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Walter Cardinal Kasper, October 2002

    Covenant and Mission By Avery Cardinal Dulles in America, October 2002

    Theology's 'Sacred Obligation': A Reply to Cardinal Avery Dulles on Evangelization By Mary C. Boys, Philip A. Cunningham, and John T. Pawlikowski in America, October 2002

    The Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews: A Crucial Endeavor of the Catholic Church By Walter Cardinal Kasper, November 2002

    Dabru Emet: Sic et Non By Michael Signer, October 2002

    Dabru Emet: Some Reservations about a Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity By David Berger at the first annual meeting of the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations, meeting in Baltimore,  October 2002

    It Must Be the Holy Spirit By Franz Cardinal Konig in The Tablet, December 2002

    The Interreligious Dialogue in Jerusalem By Francesco Rossi de Gasperis, SJ, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Jerusalem, 2002

    All Israel Will Be Saved By Francis Martin in the National Catholic Register, October 2002

    A Statement Abhorring Violence Against Jews By the Stated Clerk of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA), May 2002

    An American Baptist Response to "Dabru Emet" By the Committee on Christian Unity of the American Baptist Churches, June 2002

    Talking Points — Topics in Christian-Jewish Relations By the ELCA Consultative Panel on Lutheran-Jewish Relations, September 2002

    Thoughts on Jews and Judaism Excerpts from a long series of interviews with Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, October 2002

    Dabru Emet: Some Reservations about a Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity By Rabbi David Berger. A paper read at the inaugural meeting of the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations (CCJR) in Baltimore, October 28, 2002

    On Re-Reading Paul By Brendon Byrne, S.J., 2002

    Talking Points: Topics in Christian-Jewish Relations A set of eight leaflets issued by the Department for Ecumenical Affairs of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, 2002

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    The Jewish People and Their Sacred Scriptures in the Christian Bible The Pontifical Biblical Commission, 2001

    Recommendation on Education in Catholic and Jewish Seminaries and Theological Schools International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee 17th Meeting, May 2001

    Protecting Religious Freedom and Holy Sites A Declaration of the International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee, May 2001

    Joint Communiqué International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee 17th Meeting, New York, May 2001

    The Ways of God: Judaism and Christianity A document for discussion within the Church of Sweden, September 2001

    Current Catholic Liturgical Options Vis-a-Vis Jews and Judaism By J. Frank Henderson. An earlier version of this paper was presented at a conference on Liturgical Issues in Christian-Jewish Relations, held at Boston College in June, 2001

    The Theology of the Covenant as Central Issue in the Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Cardinal Walter Kasper, 2001

    Covenant By Norman Solomon, Oxford, September 2001

    Repentance, Reconciliation and Jewish-Catholic Relations By Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. This talk was delivered to an adult education gathering at Temple Sinai in Denver on the evening of Jan. 22, 2001

    Wrestling with Johannine Anti-Judaism: A Hermeneutical Framework for the Analysis of the Current Debate By R. Bieringer, D. Pollefeyt, F. Vandecasteele-Vanneuville in The Bible and Interpretation, 2001

    Comments on Covenant By David Fox Sandmel, December, 2001

    Eschatology, Fulfillment, and Co-Covenanting Communities By Philip A. Cunningham, December, 2001

    The Covenant and the Jewish-Christian Dialogue: A Response to Rabbi Norman Solomon and Cardinal Walter Kasper By Mary C. Boys, December, 2001

    Dabru Emet: Its Significance for the Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Rabbi David Rosen. Address delivered at the 20th anniversary celebration of the Dutch Council of Christians and Jews (OJEC) at Tilburg, The Netherlands, November 6, 2001

    Can Jews and Christians Learn from History? A Reponse By Andrew White in SIDIC Periodical, 2001

    A Reponse to "A Different Future" By Joseph Sievers in SIDIC Periodical, 2001

    International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee: 17th Meeting In SIDIC Periodical, 2001

    The Future of Jewish-Christian Relations in the Light of the Visit of Pope John Paul II to the Holy Land By Edward Idris Cassidy in SIDIC Periodical, 2001

    A Different Future: Can Jews and Christians Learn from History? By Edward Kessler in SIDIC Periodical, 2001

    Seeking a Culture of Dialogue in Africa: The Meaning and Influence of Ubuntu By Kasonga, wa Kasonga in SIDIC Periodical, 2003. Talk given during the Jewish-Christian Consultation in French-speaking Africa, Yaunde, November 2001

    Seeking a Culture of Dialogue in Africa: Memory and Experience of Violence By André Karamaga in SIDIC Periodical, 2003. Talk given during the Jewish-Christian Consultation in French-speaking Africa, Yaunde, November 2001

    Spiritual and Ethical Commitment in Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Walter Cardinal Kasper, July 2001

    Overview of the Past Ten Years By Rabbi Leon Klenicki, Consultant for Interfaith Affairs of the Anti-Defamation League, at the 17th meeting of the International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee, New York, May 2001

    The New Agenda in Catholic-Jewish Relations: A Response to Edward Kessler By Eugene J. Fisher, Associate Director of the Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, in The Tablet, July 2001

    Dominus Iesus By Walter Cardinal Kasper at the 17th meeting of the International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee, New York, May 1, 2001

    Jewish-Catholic Relations: 1990-2001 By Edward Idris Cardinal Cassidy at the 17th meeting of the International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee, New York, May 1, 2001

    Some Reflections on Dabru Emet By Michael Signer at the Institut Kirche und Judentum, Berlin, 26 July 2001

    On Dominus Iesus and the Jews Dr. David Berger at the 17th meeting of the International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee, New York City, May 2001

    Transcending Boundaries: Boston's Catholics and Jews, 1929-1965 By Jenny Goldstein, senior thesis submitted to the History Department of Brandeis University, April 2001

    Antisemitism and Anti-Judaism Today By the Consultation of the Lutheran World Federation, September 2001

    Christians and Jews Declaration by the Synod of the North Elbian Evangelical Lutheran Church, September 2001

    The Ways of God — Judaism and Christianity A Document for Discussion within the Church of Sweden, by the General Synod of the Church of Sweden, September 2001

    A Contribution from the Reformation Churches in Europe to the Relationship between Christians and Jews By the Leuenberg Church Fellowship, June 2001

    The Jewish-Christian Dialogue: Foundations, Progress, Difficulties and Perspectives By Walter Cardinal Kasper at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, under the sponsorship of the Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel, November 2001

    Spiritual and Ethical Commitment in Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Walter Cardinal Kasper at the Annual General Meeting of the International Council of Christians and Jews, Montevideo, Uruguay, July 2001

    Removing Anti-Jewish Polemic from Our Christian Lectionaries: A Proposal By Norman A. Beck, professor of theology and classical languages at Texas Lutheran University, 2001

    The Future of Jewish-Christian Relations in the Light of the Visit of Pope John Paul II to the Holy Land By Edward Idris Cardinal Cassidy, 2001

    Christian-Jewish Relations: A Christian Perspective By Archie Crow

    Christian-Jewish Reconciliation: On the world and local stage By Ruth Rosenberg, 2001

    The Demise of the Catholic-Jewish Historical Commission By Robert S. Wistrich, December 2001

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    Joint Statement Condemning Acts of Religious Hatred Bishops' Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, N.C.C.B. and the National Council of Synagogues, Baltimore, November 2000

    Declaration “Dominus Iesus” on the Unicity and Salvific Universality of Jesus Christ and the Church Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, 2000

    Memory and Reconciliation: The Church and the Faults of the Past International Theological Commission, March 2000

    Dabru Emet: A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity National Jewish Scholars Project of the Institute for Christian and Jewish Studies, September 2000

    The Central Conference of American Rabbis and The Rabbinical Assembly Recognize Bonds between the Jewish and Catholic Communities March 2000

    Address During Papal Visit to Yad Vashem Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, March 2000

    News Release Rabbinic Committee for Interreligious Dialogue U.S.A., in answer to Pope John Paul II's Universal Prayer and other Roman Catholic Statements,March 2000

    Jubilee: Renewing our Common Bonds with the Jewish Community 2000 document by the Catholic Bishops of Canada

    "The Jews" in the Fourth Gospel Courtesy of Prof. Felix Just, S.J.

    Jesus' Jewishness in the Fourth Gospel: An Antidote to Anti-Judaism? By Raimo Hakola, University of Helsinki. Presented to the SBL "Johannine Literature Section" in November 2000

    Christianity in Jewish Terms: A Project to Redefine the Relationship By Peter Ochs and David Sandmel in Cross Currents, Winter 2000

    New hope for Jewish-Christian dialog By Paul Zilonka, C.P. in Compassion, Winter 2000

    Covenant in Judaism and Christianity By Dan Cohn-Sherbok in The Way, 2000

    Diverse Communities By Rachel Montagu in The Way, 2000

    Iconoclasm, Image and Idolatry: Images of God Iconoclasm By David Ridgeway in The Way, 2000

    Collaborations: Jewish and Christian Feminist Biblicists By Eloise Rosenblatt in The Way, 2000

    Reading Other People's Reading of Scripture By John F. A. Sawyer in The Way, 2000

    God in the Kitchen By Jackie Tabick in The Way, 2000

    Images of God: Images of God Iconoclasm By Alexandra Wright in The Way, 2000

    Setting the Agenda for the Twenty-first Century By Philip A. Cunningham in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Catholics and Jews in Partnership By Tony Bayfield in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Envisioning the Future of Jewish-Christian Relations In Israel By Interfaith Coordinating Council in Israel in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Letter to the Editors By Gerhart Riegner in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Documentation In SIDIC Periodical, 2000. Contents: Dabru Emet: A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity; The Power of Words: A Catholic Response to Dabru Emet; Jubilee: Renewing Our Common Bonds with the Jewish Community An Invitation to Members of the Catholic Church in Canada; Statement from American Rabbis and Rabbinical Assembly Usa; Presentation of Letters of Credence to the Holy See, Ambassador of Israel, Yosef Lamdon; Response by Pope John Paul II; The Faults of the Church: Letter of the Bishops of Lithuania; Living with One and the Same Hope: On the Meaning of the Meeting with Judaism for Catholics, The RC Bishops of the Netherlands

    The Future Task of Christian Jewish Dialogue By Jean Dujardin in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Transformation Through Interfaith Dialogue: A Personal Testimony By Norman Solomon in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Dialogue Transforming Theology By Hans Hermann Henrix in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Peace Or Hate? Education For A New Millennium By Svi Shapiro in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    The Transformative Power of Interreligious Dialogue By Mary C. Boys in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Faith, Israel and Interfaith By Daniel Rossing in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Jewish-Christian Relations in Costa Rica By Soledad Haug in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Documentation In SIDIC Periodical, 2000. Contains excerpts from Vatican documents on forgiveness as well as the major documents from Pope John Paul's trip to Israel

    Overview of Catholic-Jewish Relations in Latin America By Leon Klenicki in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Interfaith Dialogue in Latin America: The Beginning of a New Era By Abraham Skorka in SIDIC Periodical, 2000

    Some Thoughts on 'Messianic Judaism' By Eugene J. Fisher, Associate Director of the Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

    The Unicity and Universality of Jesus Christ By Bishop Walter Kasper, October 2000

    The Heritage of Abraham: The Gift of Christmas By Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger in L'Osservatore Romano, December 2000

    On Christian Teshuvah: The Open Heart of the Jewish People By Michael Signer at the University of Notre Dame for Yom Kippur 5761, Fall 2000

    Christians and Jews: A Manifesto 50 Years after the Weissensee Declaration By the Ninth Synod of the Evangelical Church in Germany, November 2000

    Jewish Voices About Jesus By Gerhard Bodendorfer

    The Parting of the Ways By Anne Amos, Minister of the Uniting Church, Australia

    Responses to Jesus: The Jewish “no” and the Christian “yes” By Robert Anderson, a minister of the Uniting Church in Australia and Professor emeritus of Old Testament Studies at Ormond College, University of Melbourne,

    Provocative Reconciliation: Reflections on the New Jewish Statement on Christianity By Victoria Barnett in Christian Century, 2000

    Theology and Literature (1) – Franz Kafka By Rev. Henry R. Wardlaw, Emeritus Professor at the Uniting Church Theological Hall, Melbourne, Australia, in Gesher, 2000
    Theology and Literature (2) – Serge Liberman, Voices from the Corner: A Response By Veronica Brady, SL, in Gesher, 2000
    Theology and Literature (3) - Antisemitism in English Literature: The Shakespeare Case By Jack Opie, an Australian playwright, in Gesher, 2000
    Theology and Literature (4) - An Alien on Wallstreet By Richard Freadman, Professor and Head of the School of English at La Trobe University (Australia), in Gesher, 2000

    Fundamentalism: A Christian Perspective By Rev. Marcus Braybrooke, a former Executive Director of the Council of Christians and Jews, UK
    Fundamentalism: A Jewish Perspective By Rabbi Dr. Norman Solomon, Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies

    Bibliographic Update 1995-1999 By Eugene J. Fisher, 2000

    Transformations in Telling the Passion Story or: "His blood be on us and on our children" By Lloyd Gaston

    Legicide and the Problem of the Christian Old Testament: A Plea for a New Hermeneutic of the Apostolic Writings Lloyd Gaston

    Paul's Contradictions: Can They Be Resolved? By John Gager, Professor of Religion at Princeton University, in Bible Review, 2000

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    Interfaith Relations and the Churches A policy statement of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A, November 1999

    Paul, the Devil and 'Unbelief' in Israel By M. Uddin, Ridley Hall, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1999

    The Corporate Christ: Re-Assessing the Jewish Background By A. Perriman, The Protestant Church, Sultanate of Oman, in Tyndale Bulletin, 1999

    The Christian Millennium in Jewish Historical Perspective: Implications for Dialogue and Joint Social Action By Michael Signer in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    Brazil: Perspectives on Catholic-Jewish Dialogue for the Year 2000 By José Bizon in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    A Resolution between Christians and Jews for Reconciliation in the Third Millennium By The Koppelman Holocaust/Genocide Resource Center in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    Documentation In SIDIC Periodical, 1999. Contents: Antisemitism an Unfaithful Interpretation of the Christian Scriptures; A Time to Turn: The Austrian Evangelical [Protestant] Churches and the Jews; Declaration of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Slovakia (Kbs) on the Vatican Document on the Shoah

    Jewish Communities in East-Central European Countries Today By Ruth Ellen Gruber [et al.] in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    Judaism and the Future of Orthodoxy By Grigory Benevitch in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    Polish-Jewish Relations Thirty Years after Nostra Aetate By Henryk Muszynski in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    To Be Together 'A Light to the Nations': The Future of Catholic-Jewish Relations By Cardinal Edward Idris Cassidy in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    Jewish De-Assimilation in Poland: A Personal Perspective By Stanislaw Krajewski in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    Integralism and Fundamentalism : Christians Confronting Ecumenism By Pierre Lathuilière in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    Enclave Religiosity and Ecumenical Dialogue By Scott R. Appleby in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

    High Holy Day Message to the Jewish Community of North America By John Cardinal O'Connor, September 1999

    Christian Anti- Judaism: The First Century Speaks to the Twenty-First Century By Anthony J. Saldarini, April 1999

    Paul is too Jewish for some, too anti-Jewish for others By Raymond Apple, Rabbi of the Great Synagogue, Sydney, Australia, 1999

    Christian-Jewish Relations: A Jewish Perspective By Raymond Apple, Rabbi of the Great Synagogue, Sydney, Australia

    I Believe The Christian part of a two-part symposium on personal belief, by Robert Anderson, a minister of the Uniting Church in Australia and Professor emeritus of Old Testament Studies at Ormond College, University of Melbourne, 1999

    I Believe The Jewish part of a symposium on personal belief, by Louis Waller, Sir Leo Cussen Chair of Law in Monash University, Australia

    Re-reading Paul: A Fresh Look at His Attitude to Torah and to Judaism By the Council of Christians and Jews, Victoria, Australia. Further Guidelines for Christian Clergy and Teachers in their use of the New Testament with reference to the New Testament's presentation of Jews and Judaism, 1999

    Catholics and Jews Confront the Holocaust and Each Other By Eugene J. Fisher. A revised version of the 1999 John Courtney Murray Lecture

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    Joint Communiqué International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee, 16th Meeting, Vatican City, March 1998

    Guidelines for Lutheran-Jewish Relations Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, November 1998

    Interreligious Dialogue and Jewish-Christian Relations By Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, 1998

    Judaism and Chrisitainty in the Beginning Time for a Category-Reformation? By Jacob Neusner in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1998

    The Cross in Jewish-Christian Relations SIDIC Periodical, 1998, No. 1. Contents: “The Cross: The Sign of God's All Embracing Love” by Audrey Doetzel, NDS; “On the Revival of Passion Plays” by Fadieh Lovsky; “Recent History of the Oberammergau Passion Plays” by Willehad Paul Eckert, OP; “Human Suffering in the Christian and Jewish Traditions” by Peter Stravinskas and David Zucker; “Interpreting the Passion Narratives” by Anthony J. Saldarini

    The Jewish-Christian Encounter: A Matter of Faith? By Rev. Dr. Remi Hoeckman, OP, at the University of Notre Dame Conference on "Humanity at the Limit: The Impact of the Holocaust on Jews and Christians," April 1998

    Christians and Jews A Declaration of the Lutheran Church of Bavaria, November 1998

    Time to Turn: The Evangelical [Protestant] Churches in Austria and the Jews By the General Synod of the Evangelical Church, Augsburg & Helvetian Confessions, in Austria, November 1998

    Jews, Christians and Muslims: The Way of Dialogue By the Lambeth Conference, August 1998

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    Rejoice in the Lord Victor Donovan C.P. reflects on the Holocaust, Edith Stein, and a lifetime of working to advance Jewish-Catholic Relations

    "Holiness unto the Lord": Toward a Holiness Christian Dialogue with Judaism By Dale T. Irvin in Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Winter 1997

    Pioneers in Christian-Jewish Dialogue. A Tribute SIDIC Periodical, 1997, No. 2. Articles on pioneers in continental Europe, the UK, Spain, North America and South America, as well as on Bruno Hussar, O.P. and Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum

    The Significance of the State of Israel for Contemporary Judaism and Jewish-Christian Dialogue Addresses given at the Second Colloquium of Jesuits in Jewish-Christian Dialogue

    Bearing Faithful Witness: A Study Paper By the United Church of Canada Task Group, August 1997

    Articles in Tertium Millennium, 1997
  • The Roots of Anti-Judaism in the Christian Milieu
  • Why the Christian Faith Needs Judaism By Cardinal Roger Etchegaray
  • Nostra Aetate: A Milestone By Pier Francesco Fumagalli
  • Creating and Nourishing the Signs of a New Dialogue By Rino Fisichella
  • The Jewish "Roots" of Karol Wojtyla By Gian Franco Svidercoschi
  • From "Nostra Aetate" the Start of a More Fraternal Dialogue By Cardinal Roger Etchegaray

    Beyond Tolerance: Christian-Jewish dialogue in the next millennium By Gerhard Bodendorfer, 1997

    -------------------------1996-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Ecumenical Statement on Christian-Jewish Dialogue By The Reverend James Sudbrock, Bishop, Metropolitan New York Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; The Right Revered Richard Grein, Episcopal Bishop of New York; John Cardinal O'Connor, Roman Catholic Archbishop of New York. June 1996

    Building New Bridges in Hope Adopted by the General Conference of the United Methodist Church (USA), 1996

    Reconciling Gospel and Torah: The Catechism By Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, at the 1996 international Jewish-Christian Conference in Jerusalem on the view of Jewish-Christian relations offered in the Catechism of the Catholic Church

    Living In Israel as a Christian By Donna Purdy in SIDIC Periodical, 1996

    The Implications of the Peace Agreements for Interreligious/Intercultural Relations in Israel By Ronald Kronish in SIDIC Periodical, 1996

    Christians and Jews in the European Project By Remi Hoeckman, OP in SIDIC Periodical, 1996

    Articles in Religious Education, Fall, 1996
  • The Catholic-Jewish Colloquium: An Experiment in Interreligious Learning By Mary C. Boys, Union Theological Seminary, and Sara S. Lee, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
  • Can I Not Do to You as this Potter Has Done? By Julie A. Collins
  • Ethno-Religious Identity as Locus for Dialogue between Puerto Rican Catholics and American Jews By Ana María Díaz Stevens
  • Interreligious Learning and the Formation of Jewish Religious Identity By David Ellenson
  • The Formation and Reformation of Religious Identity By Edward L. Queen II
  • On Finding More Pieces to the Puzzle By Robert E. Tornberg
  • Colloquium Participants Speak By Joanne Chafe
  • New Stories for a New Relationship By Philip A. Cunningham
  • New Wine for New Wineskins By Shira Lander and Daniel Lehmann
  • Contending with a Polemical Tradition By Christopher M. Leighton
  • Dialogue: "Holy Insecurity" By Sandra Lubarsky
  • Together Bound with God By John Merkle
  • On Pluralism and Religious Education: How Jesus Changed the Life of a Jewish Educator By Cynthia Reich
  • Encountering the Other and Deepening in Faith By Barbara Veale Smith
  • Learning with "the Other": New Perspectives on Distinctiveness By Shulamith Elster
  • How Do Adults Learn? By Barry Holtz
  • Educational Foundations for Dialogue By Dwayne Huebner
  • Dialogue As a Strategy for Transformative Education By Addie Lorraine Walker

    Resolution on Jewish Evangelism By the Southern Baptist Convention, June 1996

    A Call To Do Something about Possible Anti-Jewish Feelings within the Church By the British Columbia Conference of the United Church of Canada, May 1996

    The End of Dialogue? By Allan R. Brockway, 1996

    Mission and the Nature of “Salvation” By Helen Fry, Department of Theology at Exeter University, in Common Ground, 1996
    Mission and the Nature of “Salvation” By Jane Clements, Assistant Education Officer of the Council of Christians and Jews (UK) , in Common Ground, 1997

    Judaism and Christianity: A Creative Tension By Alan T. Davies at the Christian-Jewish Dialogue, Calgary Jewish Centre, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1996

    -------------------------1995-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Supported by One Root: Our Relationship to Judaism Statement by the Catholic Bishops in The Netherlands, 1995

    Statement of the German Catholic Bishops on the 50th anniversary of the liberation of the extermination camp of Auschwitz January 1995

    Statement on Baptist-Jewish Relations Alliance of Baptists, March 1995

    Opportunities and Limits of the Dialogue between Religions By Cardinal Franz König in SIDIC Periodical, 1995

    A Fresh Approach to Jewish-Christian Studies By Asher Finkel in SIDIC Periodical, 1995

    Has Jewish Christian Dialogue Really Begun? By Bishop Richard Harries in SIDIC Periodical, 1995

    Jewish-Christian Relations and the Dialogue with World Religions - A Bibliographical Survey By Lawrence E. Frizzell in SIDIC Periodical, 1995

    Women In The Dialogue By Margarida Lopes Ferraz in SIDIC Periodical, 1995

    Women Educating for Dialogue and Transformation By Audrey Doetzel in SIDIC Periodical, 1995

    With Whom Is the Dialogue? Address given at the Presentation of the Interfaith Medal of the ICCJ by Stanislaw Krajewski in SIDIC Periodical, 1995

    An Interview with Rabbi Lionel Blue By Mary Kelly in SIDIC Periodical, 1995

    To the Jewish Community in Canada By the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada July-1995

    Who We Are [as Jews] By Rabbi Martin Samuel Cohen in Travels on the Private Zodiac: Reflections on Jewish Life, Ritual, and Spirituality, 1995

    Suffering: Challenge to Faith, Challenge to God By Alice L. Eckardt, Professor Emerita of Religion Studies at Lehigh University, at the International Symposium on the Works of Elie Wiesel as a Challenge for Religion and Society Today sponsored by the Rottenburg-Stuttgart Academy, Federal Republic of Germany in May 1995

    We Are What We Don't Eat By Rabbi Martin Samuel Cohen in Travels on the Private Zodiac: Reflections on Jewish Life, Ritual, and Spirituality, 1995

    Protestant Church/Jewish State: The United Church of Canada, Israel and the Palestinian Refugees Revisited By Gary A. Gaudin in Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses, 1995

    -------------------------1994-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    "Declaration to the Jewish Community Adopted by the Church Council of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, April 1994

    A Jewish Response to the Decade of Evangelism By Jonathan Gorsky in The Way, 1994

    The Epistle of James for Jews and Christians By John McDade in SIDIC Periodical, 1994

    Christian Influences on Jewish Religious Practices By Leon Klenicki in SIDIC Periodical, 1994

    A Christian Centre for Jewish Studies: Ratisbonne By Pierre Lenhardt and Maureena Fritz in SIDIC Periodical, 1994

    The New Catholic Catechism and the Jews SIDIC Periodical, 1994, No. 2. Articles by Catholics Eugene J. Fisher and Père J. Dujardin, Protestant Daniel Garrone, and Jews Leon Klenicki and Michael de Saint Cheron

    Religious Diversity as the Will of God: In the Thought of Abraham Joshua Heschel By Emilio Baccarini in SIDIC Periodical, 1994

    The Many Faces of Judaic Studies in Rome By Joseph Sievers in SIDIC Periodical, 1994

    Can Catholics Make an Exception? Jews and 'The New Evangelization' By Michael McGarry, March 1994

    Paul the Jew By Brendan Byrne, S.J., professor at the Jesuit Theological College, Melbourne, Australia, 1994

    Rightly Explaining the Word of Truth By the Council of Christians and Jews, Victoria, Australia Guidelines for Christian Clergy and Teachers in their use of the New Testament with reference to the New Testament's presentation of Jews and Judaism, 1994

    Christian-Jewish Relations 1989-1993 A bibliographic update by Eugene J. Fisher in CCAR Journal: A Reform Jewish Quarterly, Winter 1994. A comprehensive round-up and evaluation of virtually all relevant current books dealing with Jewish-Christian relations

    -------------------------1993-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Jews and Christians in Search of a Common Religious Basis for Contributing Towards a Better World International Council of Christians and Jews, March 1993

    Fundamental Agreement between the Holy See and the State of Israel December 1993

    Paul and Judaism--The Jewish Matrix of Early Christianity: Issues in the Current Debate By Donald A. Hagner in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1993

    Jewish Christian Muslim "Trialogue": Some Considerations By Mary Kelly in SIDIC Periodical, 1993

    In the "Empire of Evil": Francis of Assisi and the Sultan By Ernesto Balducci in SIDIC Periodical, 1993

    A Unique Covenant for the Children of Abraham: A Christian Perspective By Willibord Meekers in SIDIC Periodical, 1993

    Some Experiences of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue By different authors in SIDIC Periodical, 1993

    Rethinking Jesus' Jewishness By James H. Charlesworth in SIDIC Periodical, 1993

    Response to Professor J.H. Charlesworth By Daniel R. Schwartz in SIDIC Periodical, 1993

    The Gospel and the Rabbis By David Daube in SIDIC Periodical, 1993

    -------------------------1992-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Interpretation of Luke-Acts and Implications for Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Anthony J. Saldarini in Word & World, 1992

    Christian Prayer: Its Relationship with Judaism By Marie Hélène Fournier in SIDIC Periodical, 1992

    Jews and Christians at Prayer Together: Some Experiences In SIDIC Periodical, 1992

    The Church and the Jewish People - Twenty'five years after the Second Vatican Council (1963-65) By Pier Francesco Fumagalli in SIDIC Periodical, 1992

    The Other and the Stranger in Biblical and Rabbinic Tradition By Asher Finkel in SIDIC Periodical, 1992

    The "Other" and the Stranger in Christian Tradition By Council of Federation of Protestant Churches of Switzerland, of the Roman Catholic Conference of Swiss Bishops and the Bishop and the Synodal Council of the Catholic-Christian Church of Switzerland in SIDIC Periodical, 1992

    Christian-Jewish Dialogue Beyond Canberra '91 Adopted by the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches as a basis for the ongoing Christian-Jewish dialogue, and sent to member churches for study and action, August 1992

    For Love of the Jews: A Theological History of the International Missionary Council's Committee on the Christian Approach to the Jews, 1927-1961 By Allan R. Brockway. A Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Arts of the University of Birmingham (UK) for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 1992

    Dialogue, Doctrine and Diplomacy (I): A Consideration of the Guidelines for Catholic-Jewish Relations Australian Council of Christians and Jews, May 1992

    -------------------------1991-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    "Dialogue and Proclamation: Reflection and Orientation on Interreligious Dialogue and the Proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue in collaboration with the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, May 1991

    Pastoral Letter on Jewish-Catholic Relations Polish Bishops, 1991

    Catholics, Jews, and Vatican II: A New Beginning By Thomas Beaudoin, 1991

    The Cross in Jewish-Christian Historical Perspective SIDIC Periodical, 1991, No. 1. Contents: “Reflections on the Cross as the Sign of Christian Identity” by Jean Dujardin; “The Shadow Of The Cross” by Michael Hilton; “The Cross In Jewish-Christian Relations” by Edward H. Flannery

    Covenant, Torah and Pilgrimage of the Nations to Mount Zion By Norbert Lohfink in SIDIC Periodical, 1991

    On Christianity: Towards a Process of Historical and Spiritual Healing. Understanding the Other as a Person of God By Leon Klenicki in SIDIC Periodical, 1991

    -------------------------1990-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Message to the Churches United Church of Christ Theological Panel on Jewish-Christian Relations, 1990

    Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Nostra Aetate: Covenant Communities SIDIC Periodical, 1990, No. 3. Contents: “A Jewish Understanding of Covenant” by Colette Kessler; “The Chosen People: A Contemporary Jewish Perspective” by Leon Klenicki; “Reply to the Protestant Theologian Karl Ludwig Schmidt Who Saw the Destiny of the Jewish People in Its Unification with the 'Church'” by Martin Buber; “God's Chosen People: A Christian Response to Rabbi Leon Klenicki” by Eugene J. Fisher; “The Continuing Validity of the Jewish Covenant: A Christian Perspective” by John McDade

    -------------------------1989-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Theology of the Churches and the Jewish People By Allan R. Brockway, 1989

    A Protestant Christian Thinks About Evangelism By Allan R. Brockway, 1989

    -------------------------1988-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    God's Mercy Endures Forever: Guidelines on the Presentation of Jews and Judaism in Catholic Preaching Bishop's Committee on the Liturgy, National Conference of Catholic Bishops, September 1988

    Guidelines for Christian-Jewish Relations General Convention of the Episcopal Church (USA), July 1988

    Learning Christology through Dialogue with Jews By Allan R. Brockway, who for many years was a "specialist" in Jewish Christian Relations with the World Council of Churches in Geneva and an educator in Judaism and Christianity at the Selly Oak Colleges and the University of Birmingham (England). Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Summer 1988

    Charter For "Living in Harmony": Interfaith Youth United for the Future By Protestant Federation of France - Youth Department in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

    The Amitié Judéo-Chrétienne of France after Fifty Years: Encouraging a New Generation By Bénédicte Nolet in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

    Youth from the Jewish-Christian Friendship Association of Rome By Laura Turconi in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

    From the Darkness of Antisemitism to the Prophetic Voice of Day By Charles Gallagher in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

    Jerusalem: A City and a Symbol By Jenny King in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

    The Young Leadership of the International Council of Christians and Jews By International Council of Chtistians and Jews - Young Leadership Section in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

    Statement of the Standing Council of the Conference of Polish Bishops on the Question of Crosses in Oœwiêcim In SIDIC Periodical, 1988

    Cardinal Ratzinger on Catholic-Jewish Dialogue: Interview in the Italian Weekly "II Sabato" By the editors of SIDIC Periodical, 1988

    The Holiness of the Divine Name JHWH By Associazionoe Amicizia Ebraico-Cristiana di Roma in SIDIC Periodical, 1988

    As it Was in the Beginning: Jews and Christians in the Struggle for Liberation By Marc H. Ellis in The Way, 1988

    Assemblies of the World Council of Churches By Allan R. Brockway in The Theology of the Churches and the Jewish People, Geneva: WCC Publications, 1988

    Considering the Arab-Israeli Crisis: The Church is Not Neutral By Allan R. Brockway in Christian Social Action, September 1988

    Revised Directives for the Liturgical Reading of the Passion Narratives in Holy Week By the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, July 1988

    -------------------------1987-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Relationship Between the United Church of Christ & the Jewish Community General Synod 16 of the United Church of Christ (USA), June 1987

    A Theological Understanding of the Relationship Between Christians and Jews General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA), June1987

    Should Christians Attempt to Evangelize Jews? By Allan R. Brockway in One World, April 1987

    Sola Scriptura By Lloyd Gaston. Presidential Address to the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies, 1987

    -------------------------1986-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Within Context: Guidelines for the Catechetical Presentation of Jews and Judaism in the New Testament Prepared in cooperation with the Secretariat for Catholic-Jewish Relations, National Conference of Catholic Bishops; Adult Education Section, the Education Department, U.S. Catholic Conference; and the Interfaith Affairs Department, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, 1986 (and updated in 1993)

    A Note for the Preparation of the Document of the Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews: Notes on the Correct Way to Present the Jews and Judaism in Preaching and Catechesis of the Roman Catholic Church By Msgr. Jorge Mejía in SIDIC Periodical, 1986

    From Nostra Aetate to the Notes for Catechists and Preachers, Part I: The Evolution of a Tradition By Eugene J. Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1986

    From Nostra Aetate to the Notes for Catechists and Preachers - Part III. The elaboration of a tradition By Eugene J. Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1986

    Catholics and Jews. A Commentary on the Notes for Catechists and Preachers By Michel Remaud in SIDIC Periodical, 1986

    Practical Helps for Homilists and Catechists By the editors of SIDIC Periodical, 1986

    The Jewish People, Family of Jesus: Luke 2:41-52 By Etienne Ostier in SIDIC Periodical, 1986

    Preserving the Integrity of Judaism in Advent Preaching By John T. Pawlikowski in SIDIC Periodical, 1986

    From Nostra Aetate to the Notes For Catechists and Preachers: Part II The Development of a Tradition By Eugene J. Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1986

    -------------------------1985-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Notes on the Correct Way to Present the Jews and Judaism in Preaching and Catechesis in the Roman Catholic Church Vatican Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, June 1985

    Guidelines for Catholic-Jewish Relations National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1985 revision

    Notes on the Correct Way to Present the Jews and Judaism in Preaching and Catechesis in the Roman Catholic Church Commission For Religious Relations With the Jews. These Guidelines appeared in the July 1, 1985 issue of "L'Osservatore Romano

    Twentieth Anniversary of Nostra Aetate N. 4: Guidelines for Religious Educators By The Sidic Center in SIDIC Periodical, 1985

    Reflections on the Twentieth Anniversary of Nostra Aetate: Jewish-Christian Dialogue Challenges Theology By Carmine Di Sante in SIDIC Periodical, 1985

    -------------------------1984-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Points for Orientation on 'Christians and Jews Synod of the Evangelical Church of [West] Berlin, 1984

    Okumene in Jerusalem By Rudolp Pfisterer in SIDIC Periodical, 1984

    Jews and Non-Jews: What Are the Differences? A Research Essential for Mutual Understanding By Fernando Terracina in SIDIC Periodical,1984

    Jews and Non-Jews - What are the Differences? A Research Essential for Mutual Understanding By Fernando Terracina in SIDIC Periodical, 1984

    The Church and the Jewish People By the Lutheran World Federation consultation on the Church and the Jewish People, May 1984

    Declaration of the Protestant Free Church Congregations in Germany By the Supreme Council of the Association of Protestant Free Church Congregations in Germany, August 1984

    Universalist Trends in Jewish Religious Thought: Some Russian Perspectives By Mikhail Agursky in Immanuel, Fall 1984

    -------------------------1983-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Hear O Israel: Witness to the One God By Pinhas Hacohen Peli in SIDIC Periodical, 1983

    Christian Witness to One God By David Burreill in SIDIC Periodical, 1983

    Contemporary Israeli Views on Gentiles and Interfaith Dialogue By Penina Peli in SIDIC Periodical, 1983

    Christian-Jewish Encounter in the Holy Land By J. (Coos) Schoneveld in SIDIC Periodical, 1983

    Towards Mutual Recognition: An Interview with Mgr. Lustiger By the editors of SIDIC Periodical, 1983

    Education-Mission-Witness-Dialogue: An Arithmetical Progression in Our Teaching By Mary Travers in SIDIC Periodical, 1983

    Orientations for Catholic-Jewish Dialogue By the Joint National Commission for Jewish-Catholic Dialogue, National Conference of Brazilian Bishops, October 1983

    Luther, Lutheranism, and the Jews By the Lutheran World Federation & IJCIC, July 1983

    Recent Historic Events: Jewish and Christian Interpretations By Eugene B. Borowitz in Theological Studies, June 1983

    -------------------------1982-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Ecumenical Considerations on Jewish-Christian Dialogue The Executive Committee of the World Council of Churches, 1982)

    Dialogue: A Contemporary Alternative to Proselytization Texas Conference of Churches, 1982

    Trialogue: Jewish, Christian, Muslim By Margaret Shepherd in SIDIC Periodical, 1982

    Creating Space for the Integrity of the Other: An Educational Challenge for Jews and Christians By David Hartman in SIDIC Periodical, 1982

    From theory to praxis: Past Achievements and Future Tasks in Bringing New insights, Gained in the Jewish-Christian Encounter, to Bear on the Educational Process By Eugene Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1982

    Images of the Other: Further Reflections By the editors of SIDIC Periodical, 1982

    Gleanings: Images of the Other By the editors of SIDIC Periodical, 1982

    Toward a Catholic High School Curriculum for Teaching about Jews and Judaism By Eugene J. Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1982

    The Relationship of the Church with the People of Israel: Document on Ecumenism By the Synod of the Waldensian and Methodist Churches of Italy, August 1982

    -------------------------1981-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Probing the Jewish-Christian Reality By Paul van Buren in the Christian Century, June 17-24, 1981

    -------------------------1980-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Church and the Jews By the German Bishops' Conference, Bonn, 1980

    Towards Renovation of the Relationship of Christians and Jews By the Synod of the Evangelical Church of the Rhineland (FRG), 1980

    The Pioneer, 1955 to 1972: Biblical Pioneer in Dialogue (Work in Holland from 1955 to 1966) By A. C. Ramselaar in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

    Catholic-Jewish Relations: Laying the Foundations in the Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity, 1966 to 1972 By Jorge Mejia in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

    The Man of Dialogue, The living Encounter: Jewish-Christian Dialogue and Israel By Uriel Tal in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

    A World-Wide Dialogue: The International Council of Christians and Jews By William W. Simpson in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

    The Theologian: Jewish-Christian Relations as Seen through the Writings of Cornelis Rijk By the editors of SIDIC Periodical, 1980

    Human Rights and Religious Liberty in Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Elio Toaff in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

    Chosenness in Jewish Tradition By W. Gunther Plaut in SIDIC Periodical, 1980
    Chosenness in Christian Tradition By Gregory Baum in SIDIC Periodical, 1980

    Abraham and the Righteousness of God By Lloyd Gaston in Horizons in Biblical Theology: An International Dialogue, 1980

    -------------------------1979-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    A Resolution of the 1979 General Convention General Convention of the Episcopal Church (USA), 1979

    Man and Creation According to the Religious Tradition of Judaism By Manfred Vogel in SIDIC Periodical, 1979
    Man and Creation: Vatican II, Mathew and Pau By Piet Van Boxel in SIDIC Periodical, 1979

    Man and God: A Jewish Perspective By Daniel Gottlieb in SIDIC Periodical, 1979
    Man and God: Christian View By Ugo Bianchi in SIDIC Periodical, 1979

    -------------------------1978-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Serving the Word: Suggested Guidelines for Homilists By Eugene Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1978

    Christian Teaching and Judaism Today: A Study of Religion Texts By Eugene J. Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1978

    Jewsih Elements in Ethiopian Christianity and the Religion of the Falashas By Yacob Tesfai and Meseret Sebhat-Leah in SIDIC Periodical, 1978

    Message on the 40th Anniversary of the Pogrom Against the Jews of Nov 9-10, 1938 By the Council of the Evangelical Church in Germany, October 1978

    -------------------------1977-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Reflections on the Problem 'Church-Israel' By the Central Board of the Swiss Protestant Church Federation May-1977

    The Sabbath: Demand for Justice and Call to Freedom By Bernard Dupuy in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    Tensions between Sabbath and Sunday By David Flusser in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    The Ten Points of Seelisberg: A Significant Anniversary By William Simpson in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    Seelisberg Anniversary: Postscript By Robert A. Graham in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    Anti-Jewish Elements In Liturgy: A Challenge to Christians By Piet Van Boxel and Margaret Mcgrath in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    The Familial Context of the Torah: Its Significance for Christians Today By Antonio Ammassari in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    Religious Pluralism in America: Past, Present, Future By J. Coert Rylaarsdam in SIDIC Periodical, 1977

    Study Outline on the Mission and Witness of the Church By Tommaso Federici, consultant member of the Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, presented at the sixth meeting of the Liaison Committee between the Roman Catholic Church and the International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations, Venice, March 1977

    -------------------------1976-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Perspectives: Christian Teaching and Judaism By Eugene Fisher in SIDIC Periodical, 1976

    An Evangelical Perspective On Judaism By Marvin R. Wilson in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1976

    Melito, the Jewish Community at Sardis, and the Sacrifice of Isaac By Robert L. Wilken in Theological Studies, March 1976

    -------------------------1975-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Statement on Catholic-Jewish Relations National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1975

    Christians and Jews Council of the Evangelical Church in Germany, 1975

    Ten Years and Two Documents: Their Significance By Henry Siegman in SIDIC Periodical, 1975

    Jewish-Christian Relations 1965 to 1975 By the editors of SIDIC Periodical, 1975

    Evolution of Vocabulary: A Sign of Hope? By Jacqueline Des Rochettes in SIDIC Periodical, 1975

    New Vatican Guidelines and Link between Land and People By the editors of SIDIC Periodical, 1975

    The Oneness of God and the Uniqueness of Christ: Christian Witness and the Jewish People Statement of the International Consultation on the Church and the Jewish People, Lutheran World Federation, August 1975

    -------------------------1974-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The American Lutheran Church and the Jewish Community General Convention of the American Lutheran Church, 1974

    Guidelines and Suggestions for Implementing the Conciliar Declaration  Nostra Aetate, No. 4 Vatican Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, December 1974

    Thomas Aquinas reads Maimonides By Francisco Catão in SIDIC Periodical, 1974

    The Frescoes of the Catacomb Via Latina in Rome and Jewish Tradition By Günter Stemberger in SIDIC Periodical, 1974

    The Holy Year and Reconciliation between Christians and Jews By Cornelis A. Rijk in SIDIC Periodical, 1974

    The Pharisaic Revolution: Its Significance for Christian Renewal By John T. Pawlikowski in SIDIC Periodical, 1974

    Jewish-Christian Ceasefire: Relations Never Better By A. James Rudin in SIDIC Periodical, 1974

    Jewish-Christian Ceasefire: The Dialogue Is Over By Malachi B. Martin in SIDIC Periodical, 1974

    Jewish-Christian Ceasefire: Weighing Alternatives By David R. Hunter in SIDIC Periodical, 1974

    Issues in Catholic-Jewish Dialogue By John T. Pawlikowski in SIDIC Periodical, 1974

    -------------------------1973-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Statement by the French Bishops' Committee for Relations with Jews April 1973

    Christianity in Jewish Theology Report of the Commission of experts named by the Chief Rabbi of France and including Mr. Lévinas, Mr. Touati and Mr. Vaida, May 1973

    Christian Liturgy: Its Roots in Judaism By Sofia Cavalletti in SIDIC Periodical, 1973

    The Importance of Jewish-Christian Relations for Christian Liturgy By C. A. Rijk in SIDIC Periodical, 1973

    -------------------------1972-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Statement on Inter-religious Dialogue: Jews and Christians General Conference of the United Methodist Church in the U.S.A., 1972

    Some Observatons on a Christian Theology of Judaism By C. A. Rijk in SIDIC Periodical, 1972

    A Theology of Judaism: Its Relevance for Teachers By M. J. Leddy in SIDIC Periodical, 1972

    Jewish Studies and the University By C. Deutsch in SIDIC Periodical, 1972

    -------------------------1971-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Theology No Issue: An Evangelical Appraisal of Rosmarin's Jewish-Christian Theological Barriers By William W. Bass, Ph.D., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Winter 1971

    Towards a Better Approach to the Problem of the Holy Places By F. Delpech in SIDIC Periodical, 1971

    Some Observations and Guidelines for Conversations between Lutherans and Jews By the Lutheran Council in the USA, April 1971

    -------------------------1970-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Memorandum of Understanding International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee - Initial Meeting, 1970

    Guidelines for Catholic-Jewish Relations Sub-Commission for the Catholic Bishops in America for Jewish-Catholic affairs, 1970

    Directives for Relations between Catholics and Jews Diocese of Albany, New York in SIDIC Periodical, 1970

    Pastoral Recommendations Pastoral Council of the Catholic Church in the Netherlands in SIDIC Periodical, 1970

    The Destruction of the Temple in Jewish Thought By Augusto Segre in SIDIC Periodical, 1970
    The Destruction of the Temple in Christian Thought By K. Hruby in SIDIC Periodical, 1970

    The Heavenly Jerusalem in Jewish Tradition By Alfredo Ravenna in SIDIC Periodical, 1970
    The Heavenly Jerusalem in Christian Tradition By Cl.-E. Florival in SIDIC Periodical, 1970

    Divided Christendom in Relation to Judaism By Cl.-E. Florival in SIDIC Periodical, 1970

    Israel: People, Land, and State – Suggestions for a Theological Evaluation By the General Synod of the Reformed Church of the Netherlands, June 1970

    -------------------------1960s-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Implementing Nostra Aetate Thoughts from 21 Catholic experts from 14 different countries, invited by the Vatican Office for Catholic—Jewish Relations to examine in detail how to implement the Conciliar Declaration Nostra Aetate No. 4, in SIDIC Periodical, 1969

    Guidelines for the advancement of Catholic-Jewish Relations New York, Rockville Centre and Brooklyn: Terence Cardinal Cooke, Walter Kellenberg, Francis Mugavero, in SIDIC Periodical, 1969

    Importance of Christian Teaching about the Jews By B. D. Dupuy in SIDIC Periodical, 1969

    Antisemitism and Christian Teaching By E. Pariente in SIDIC Periodical, 1969

    Bible Publications and Judaism By T. Federici, G. Rossetto, S. McEvenue and G. Rochais in SIDIC Periodical, 1969

    Religion Texts Revised By C. Thoma, E. Pariente in SIDIC Periodical, 1969

    National Interfaith Collaboration on Social Action By Sr. M. Yolan, N.D.S., John B. Sheerin, C.S.P. and Sr. M. Despina, N.D.S. in SIDIC Periodical, 1969

    International Collaboration on Social Action By C. A. Rijk, E. Pariente, D. O'Sullivan and Rudolf Schmid in SIDIC Periodical, 1969

    In Memory of Augustine Cardinal Bea Special Issue of SIDIC Periodical, 1969. Contents: “Two Pioneers: The Pope and the Cardinal, the Secretariat and the Jews” by T. F. Stransky; “An Occasion of Singular Import” by T. Federici; “The Architect of Nostra Aetate” by the Editors; “The Vatican Office for Catholic-Jewish Relations” by C.A. Rijk; "The Church and the Jewish People" by the Editors; “Tributes to a Great Adventurer in Ecumenism”

    On the Theology of the Church's Relation to Judaism By the Committee on the Church & the Jews, Lutheran World Federation Commission on World Mission, April 1969

    Bogota: Conclusions and Recommendations World Organization of a moral, social, philanthropic and educative order and the section for Ecumenism of CELAM, in SIDIC Periodical, 1968

    The Venture of Dialogue By Cornelis A. Rijk in SIDIC Periodical, 1968

    Between God and His People By Dom Grammont, Abbot of Bec-Hellouin, in SIDIC Periodical, 1968

    Friends of Israel: Stillborn Prologue By C. Hall in SIDIC Periodical, 1968

    On the Relations between Judaism and Christianity By the Belgian Protestant Council for the Relations between Judaism and Christianity, January 1968

    Guidelines for Catholic-Jewish Relations National Conference of Catholic Bishops, March, 1967

    The Church and the Jewish People The Commission on Faith and Order of the World Council of Churches, 1967

    Statement on Jewish-Catholic Relations Text of the Pastoral Synod of the Catholic Church of the province of Santiago, Chile, in SIDIC Periodical, 1967

    Reactions to the Declaration of Vatican Council II SIDIC Periodical, 1967, No. 1. Contents: Bishops Speak; Reactions through out the World; Jewish Comments on the Declaration

    Catechetics SIDIC Periodical, 1967, No. 2. Articles on Catholic text books and catechisms in England, France, Germany, Australia, Italy, and other countries

    Prayer By A. C. Rijk in SIDIC Periodical, 1967

    The Liturgy and Catholic-Jewish Relations By Sharon MacIsaac in SIDIC Periodical, 1967

    The God of Israel By Bruce Vawter in The Way, 1966

    Nostra Aetate -- Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions Second Vatican Council, 1965

    Israel, My First-Born Son By Denis McCarthy in The Way, 1965

    Deicide and the Jews General Assembly of the Episcopal Church (USA), 1964

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    Proposals for Christian Religious Teaching Group of Protestant and Catholic theologians, Bad Schwalbach, 1950, in SIDIC Periodical, 1970

    On the Jewish Question By the Synod of the Evangelical Church in Germany, April 1950

    The Christian Approach to the Jews By the First Assembly of the World Council of Churches, September 1948

    Declaration of Guilt towards the Jewish People By the Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saxony, April 1948

    The Ten Points of Seelisberg  Issued by the International Council of Christians and Jews, 1947

    "Pro perfidis judaeis" By John M. Oesterreicher in Theological Studies, March 1947

    Declaration to the Representatives of the World Council of Churches By the Council of the Evangelical Church in Germany, October 1945

    The Conflict of Early Christianity with the Jewish Temple Worship: The Dependence of the Liturgy of Israel upon the Worship of the Gods of the Egyptians according to Theodoret and Chrysostom By Johannes Quasten in Theological Studies, December 1941





    Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding Sacred Heart University (CCJU), Fairfield, Connecticut. Documents, articles, conferences, and lots more

    Jewish-Christian Relations This site is concerned with issues in the on-going Christian-Jewish dialogue. It is not about conversion or Christian-Jewish messianism. Here you can find: articles, bibliographies and other resources, pages of Christian-Jewish organizations, addresses of and links to institutes and groups involved in the dialogue, statements of churches, joint statements, as well as news, events and reports

    Institute for Christian & Jewish Studies Founded in 1987 in Baltimore by an interfaith coalition of laity and clergy, the ICJS emerged out of the conviction that ignorance, fear, and hostility have all too often defined the character of the Jewish-Christian encounter

    Center for Catholic Jewish Studies Sponsored by St. Leo University and the American Jewish Committee

    Center for Christian-Jewish Learning The Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College is dedicated to the growth of new and mutually enriching relationships between Christians and Jews. Documents, articles, conferences, and lots more

    Come my Beloved -- From Shoah to Shalom Ingrid H. Shafer, Ph.D. "In this site I hope to accomplish two goals. First I want to collect articles and links that take an honest look at the tragic ways traditional Christian understandings of the origin of Christianity and the appropriate way of practicing Christianity have distorted and poisoned the relationship between Christians and the People Israel who gave their son Yeshua, the one we call Jesus, to the world . Second, I hope to post articles, poetry, and links that provide resources toward a future of shared efforts to follow God's call and serve the cause of love, peace, justice, and freedom."

    Dayton Christian Jewish Dialogue

    Beyond Holocaust Theology: Extending a Hand Across the Abyss By Laura Duhan Kaplan of Havurat Tikvah in Charlotte, NC

    The Christian-Jewish Dialogue of Toronto

    The Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation


    Jewish-Muslim Dialogue

    Muslim-Jewish Dialogue From the Union for Reform Judaism. Includes study guide and other resources

    The Art of Muslim-Jewish Dialogue Article in Reform Judaism Online, Summer 2010, by Jane E. Herman, writer and assistant to URJ President Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie

    A Rabbi, The Jewish Theological Seminary, and Jewish-Muslim Engagement: A Field Report By Burton L. Visotzky, Jewish Theological Seminary, in the website of the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, 2009

    Biennial Resolution on Jewish-Muslim Dialogue Adopted by the 69th General Assembly of the Union for Reform Judaism, Sunday, December 16, 2007 - San Diego, CA

    Mapping Reports of Jewish Muslim Dialogue in 5 European Countries Compendium of Good Practice. An Initiative of CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, July 2007

    Jewish-Muslim Dialogue Group of Los Angeles, California




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