Temple Sinai, St. Alphonsus Church and St Catherines of Sienna will be hosting an event to explore the evolving relationship between the Catholic and Jewish communities. Join us as the directors of the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations at St. Joseph’s University, Dr. Philip Cunningham and Dr. Adam Gregerman, guide a discussion of the significant statements produced in recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s publication of Nostra Aetate – an opportunity to learn, to respond and to build friendships within our community.
Friends, family and neighbors are invited for an insightful and uplifting evening.
St. Joseph’s University has provided this conversation about the newest statements on the Catholic-Jewish relationship. “A Genuine Gift of God” – Pope Francis. Internationally, many important statements were issued to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council declaration, Nostra Aetate (“Declaration on the Church’s Relationship to Non-Christian Religions”), which made possible a new and positive relationship between Jews and Catholics.
Join us as the Directors of the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations, Dr. Philip Cunningham and Dr. Adam Gregerman, guide participants in small-group Catholic-Jewish dialogue about portions of the fascinating new statements.
RSVP’s are encouraged so that we may adequately prepare for the evening. Respond UDINTERFAITH@gmail.com.