Twenty Years of Jewish-Catholic Relations

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Twenty Years of
Jewish-Catholic
Relations

EDITED BY
EUGENE J. FISHER
A. JAMES RUDIN
MARC H. TANENBAUM

PAULIST PRESS
New York/ Mahwah

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Introduction - Nostra Aetate, for Our Times and for the Future 1
  • Part I 7
  • The Dramatic Impact of Nostra Aetate 9
  • Twenty Years of Catholic-Jewish Relations Nostra Aetate in Retrospect 19
  • A Jewish Viewpoint on Nostra Aetate 39
  • Notes 59
  • The Jewish People, the Land of Israel, Zionism, and the State of Israel 61
  • Notes 72
  • Israel, Jerusalem, and the Middle East 73
  • Notes 85
  • Part II 87
  • The Role of Scripture in Catholic-Jewish Relations 89
  • Notes 103
  • The Bible and Catholic-Jewish Relations 109
  • Notes 122
  • Religious Education Before and After Vatican II 125
  • Notes 133
  • Suggested Readings 133
  • The Roman Liturgy and Catholic-Jewish Relations Since the Second Vatican Council 135
  • Notes 152
  • The Los Angeles Story 156
  • Part III 167
  • New Trends in Catholic Religious Thought 169
  • Notes 187
  • The Relationship of Judaism and Christianity: Toward a New Organic Model 191
  • Notes 211
  • Selected Official Catholic Statements on Jewish-Christian Relations 212
  • Notes 221
  • Notes on the Contributors 228
  • Index of Topics 233
  • Index of Names 234
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