John T. Pawlikowski is a Servite priest and Professor of Social Ethics at the Catholic Theological Union, a constituent school of the cluster of theological schools at the University of Chicago. He is a founding member of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council, having been appointed by Jimmy Carter in 1980. Reappointed to the Council by President George Bush and President Bill Clinton, he currently chairs the Council’s Subcommittee on Church Relations and serves on its Executive Committee, Committee on Conscience, and Academic Committee. Father Pawlkikowski is the author of 10 books, including Catechetics and Christ, Sinai and the Calvary, The Challenge of the Holocaust for Christian Theology, Christ in the Light of the Christian-Jewish Dialogue, and Jesus and the Theology of Israel. He has contributed to a number of volumes focusing on interreligious dialogue and reflection of remembrance. He is the editor of New Theology Review, and a member of the editorial boards of Explorations, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Journal of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, and Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies. Father Pawlikowski is a member of the Advisory Committee on Catholic-Jewish Relations, National Conference of Catholic Bishops. He serves of the National Advisory Council of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences; is Vice President, the American Association for Polish-Jewish Studies; Co-chair, National Polish-American/Jewish-American Council; and Advisory Committee member, Polish Studies Program, Indiana University. His awards include the Raoul Wallenberg Humanitarian Award for Distinguished Contributions to Religion; the Distinguished Service Award from the American Jewish Committee (Chicago); the “Person of the Year Award” from the Polish Council of Christians and Jews (Warsaw); the Nostra Aetate Award from the Archdiocese of Chicago; and the Army Cross of Merit for Distinguished Service to the Polish Nation and from the Republic of Poland.