Developments in the liturgy of Holy Week

Pawlikowski, John

After our celebration of Holy Week, do we feel a new sense of linkage to Judaism and the Jewish people, or have classical attitudes been once more reaffirmed? … [more]

Some Perspectives on the Current Situation In Israel and the Palestinian Authority

Pawlikowski, John T.

A personal statement by Rev. John T. Pawlikowski, OSM, Ph.D., who is Professor of Social Ethics at the Cardinal Bernardin Center, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, and Vice President of the International Council of Christians & Jews. … [more]

Interfaith Among People with Developmental Disabilities

Porter, Beth

L'Arche Daybreak: An Example of Interfaith. Pastoral support of a representational Jewish adult with a developmental disability in a predominantly Christian setting, including Bat Mitzvah preparation and celebration, and the resulting growth in self-esteem. The article urges recognition of the gift of people with disabilities to bring together others of varied religious traditions in mutual appreciation and friendship. … [more]

How Dialogue with Jews has transformed the Holy Week Liturgy

Radcliffe, Albert

Canon Albert Radcliffe from Manchester Cathedral offers an Anglican view of progress in freeing the liturgy from anti-Judaism. … [more]

From the Night of the Pogrom to the Final Solution: Experiences and Lessons

Riegner, Gerhart M.

The former Secretary General of the World Jewish Congress gives a personal account of the developing Nazi terror against the Jews and of his role in warning the Allied powers about plans for the annihilation of European Jewry. … [more]

Teaching Tolerance

Romain, Jonathan

Rabbi Dr. Romain came in for a few shocks when visiting schools in Berkshire and giving talks on Judaism as part of the Religious Education course ... … [more]

Halleluja! Praise the Lord!

Rose, Aubrey

A Jewish lawyer preaches to a church of mostly black Christians. A book excerpt. … [more]

Christians and Jews in a Radically New Relationship

Rosen, David

We live in a great moment of history, a world that has opportunities and possibilities as never before, but as a result, we face dilemmas and ethical and moral challenges that we never ever dreamt of. … [more]

Dabru Emet': A Jewish Dissent

Rudin, A. James

Rabbi A. James Rudin, Senior Interreligious Adviser of the American Jewish Committee, explains why he declined to sign 'Dabru Emet: A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity.' … [more]

The Interfaith Imperative

Sacks, Jonathan

A lecture given by Rabbi Dr. Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Kingdom, at an Annual General Meeting of the Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) in London, England. … [more]