Antisemitism and Interfaith Cooperation: The Importance of Holocaust MemoryMarch 29, 2006, 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
A Conversation with Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, Archbishop Emeritus of Paris, moderated by E.J. Dionne, Washington Post Columnist.
One of France's foremost moral voices, Cardinal Lustiger is a leader in interfaith dialogue and the fight against antisemitism. He was born into a Jewish family and survived the Holocaust in hiding.
This program is made possible by the Hoffberger Family Fund and the Rubinstein Foundation.
|Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger|
Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger is Archbishop Emeritus of Paris. One of France's foremost moral voices, Cardinal Lustiger is a leader in interfaith dialogue and the fight against antisemitism. He was born into a Jewish family and survived the Holocaust in hiding.
|E.J. Dionne Jr., moderator|
Nationally syndicated Washington Post columnist, E.J. Dionne Jr., is a regular commentator on National Public Radio, NBC’s Meet the Press, and CNN. He is the author or co-editor of numerous books on American politics and religion, including What’s God Got To Do with the American Experiment? and a senior advisor to the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life. He is also a professor at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute and a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
|Archival Finding Aid for Selected Records from the Vatican Archives, 1865-1939 (RG76.001M)|
|Committee on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust|
|Holy See press office, biographical notes for Cardinal Lustiger|
|The Promise of Interreligious Dialogue for a World in Conflict|
|What the Catholic Church Has Learnt from Interreligious Dialogue|
|The Holocaust: A Teaching Guide for Catholic Schools|
|Message of the Holy Father to the President of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with Jews on the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the Declaration Nostra Aetate, Pope Benedict XVI, October 26, 2005|
|The Fortieth Anniversary of Nostra Aetate, Jean-Marie Cardinal Lustiger, Rome, October 27, 2005|
|Rabbi David Rosen, “Nostra Aetate,” Forty Years After Vatican II. Present & Future Perspectives, Conference of the Holy See, Commission for Religious Relations with Jewry, Rome, October 27, 2005|