Dead Sea Scrolls move into the digital generation

JCR | 31.03.2016

Computer scientists and Dead Sea Scrolls scholars are building a digital work environment for the scrolls, enabling the virtual joining of the "puzzle pieces" of thousands of ancient scrolls fragments found in Judean Desert caves. … [more]

2015 School of Dialogue Gala in Poland

JCR | 31.03.2016

Nearly 1 300 students and teachers from all over Poland, Forum educators, representatives of state authorities and the diplomatic corps, local governments as well as scientific and cultural leaders - gathered at the 2015 School of Dialogue Gala, held in Teatr Wielki - Polish National Opera in Warsaw, Poland, on March 8. Forum for Dialogue organized the annual Gala to celebrate the achievements of students who took part in the School of Dialogue program, discovering the Jewish history of their towns. … [more]

Building an Interfaith Community- Summer Course 2016

JCR | 29.02.2016

Theme: "People and Faith on the Move: Migration in Judaism, Christianity and Islam and its residental component"; from 25 July - 12 August 2016. … [more]

First ever Teaching Judaism conference held in London

Board of Deputies of British Jews | 29.02.2016

February 23, 2016 - More than 90 religious education teachers from all over the UK this week attended the first ever Teaching Judaism conference aimed at educators teaching the new Judaism GCSE syllabus. … [more]

ICCJ Mourns Death of its Honorary President Victor Goldbloom

Deborah Weissman | 29.02.2016

17.02.2016 - It is with deep sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of Dr. Victor Goldbloom, of Montreal, Canada, a former President of the ICCJ and one of our Honorary Presidents. … [more]

Francis visits the Great Synagogue of Rome

Vatican Information Service | 31.01.2016

Vatican City, 17 January 2016 (VIS) – Yesterday, following in the footsteps of St. John Paul II and Pope emeritus Benedict XVI, Pope Francis visited the Great Synagogue of Rome to greet the Jewish community of the capital, the longest-established in the world. … [more]

Groundbreaking Orthodox Rabbinic Statement on Christianity

JCR | 31.12.2015

December 7, 2015. For the first time since the Second Vatican Council changed Christian teachings toward Judaism and the Jewish people 50 years ago, a group of Orthodox rabbis have issued a public statement advocating partnership with Christians and appreciating the religious value of Christianity. … [more]

Presentation of the document “The Gifts and the Calling of God are Irrevocable”

Vatican Information Service | 31.12.2015

Vatican City, 10 December 2015 (VIS) - “The Gifts and the Calling of God are Irrevocable: a Reflection on Theological Questions Pertaining to Catholic–Jewish Relations on the Occasion of the 50th Anniversary of 'Nostra Aetate' (No. 4)” is the title of the document published by the Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, presented this morning in the Holy See Press Office. … [more]

“Religion, Peace and Violence” is theme for Christian-Muslim meeting in Geneva

Peter Kenny | 30.11.2015

19 November 2015. Mere days after terror attacks in Beirut and Paris, the theme of an interfaith meeting of Christians and Muslims at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva on “Religion, Peace and Violence” was entirely appropriate, said participants. … [more]

ICCJ Mourns the Passing of Pastor Armin Ihle

Eva Schulz-Jander | 31.10.2015

The International Council of Christians and Jews joins in mourning the death of Pastor Armin Ihle, for several periods co-chair of our Uruguayan member organization, the Confraternidad Judeo-Cristiana. … [more]