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Check out this rabbi’s gesture for the World Youth Day in Panama

"This is one of the ways we have found to contribute our little grain of sand towards the success of the event, and to witness to the excellent relations we have with the Church."

An intro to Hanukkah, which begins on the same day as Advent this year

Interestingly, Scripture references to this Jewish holiday are found only in the Catholic Old Testament.

Benedict XVI says theologian’s interpretation of his writing on Jews is “nonsense”

Notes that Catholics are called to dialogue with Jews about identity of Jesus, but not mission, since they already know the One God

Pope: A Christian cannot be an anti-Semite; we share the same roots

Warns that if "the darkest pages of history do not teach us to avoid the same errors, human dignity will remain a dead letter."

Pope: “We are all wounded” by synagogue attack

Prays that the Lord might “help us to extinguish the hotbeds of hatred that are developing in our societies,

The Bavarian monastery that hosted 5,000 refugees in Post-War Germany

Some 450 babies were born at this monastery in the years following the end of the war.

Watch King Solomon’s Temple being rebuilt in 3D

The First Temple was virtually reconstructed following the description found in the First Book of Kings.

So, a priest and a rabbi are having a religious debate …

... but the rabbi spoke no Italian, and the priest spoke no Yiddish.

Last remaining unpublished Dead Sea scrolls pieced together and deciphered

Scholars translate ancient manuscripts more than half a century after they were discovered

Pope recognizes heroism of cardinal who organized a rescue network to save Jews

Elia Dalla Costa had the help of the winner of the Tour de France, Gino Bartali.

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