We are called to witness by our life to God’s faithful love for the Jewish people.
This call implies that our apostolic life is characterized by a three fold commitment:
to the Church, to the Jewish people and to a world of justice, peace and love.
The last week of January, I spent in Poland in Podkarpacie Region (formerly Galicia and where I come from), where from the 27 of January, until 3 of February in 70 villages and towns various meetings and events took place to mark the Holocaust Memorial Day in Poland....read more
Le Centre de Formation Biblique de la Congrégation Notre Dame de Sion organise une nouvelle session de 2 semaines, centrée sur le thème de l'Espérance dans la Bible, dans l'expérience juive et chrétienne. « Je sais, moi, les desseins que je forme pour vous, oracle du...read more
“Today is the anniversary of the founding of our Sion. It was on this day that the thought of Sion was brought down to earth, not by an angel, not by an archangel, not by the apostles, but by the Mother of God herself. Today we can consider this marvel in its fruits...read more
The Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations (CCJR) is “an association of centers and institutes in the United States and Canada devoted to enhancing mutual understanding between Jews and Christians” (https://www.ccjr.us/). Celia Deutsch (Brooklyn, N.Y.,...read more
Compiled by Sr. Lucy Thorson, NDS and Murray Watson With its 1965 declaration Nostra Aetate (On the Church’s Relationship to Non-Christian Religions), the Catholic Church inaugurated a historic and wide-ranging transformation in its thinking about, and relating to,...read more
May God’s coming among us lead us to daring hope and abounding love for one another and all. Blessed Christmas. Mary, Adriana, Clare, Marie Liseread more