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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-24

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Testimonials Are Listed on Vatican Approach to Catholic-Jewish Relations

(Continued from Page 1)

assemble what the press already
said about this subject. ,
The Jesuit organ listed a num-
ber of meetings between promi-
nent leaders of the Vatican, in-
cluding the late Pope John XXIII.
It recalled visits to Augustin Car-
dinal Bea by Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, president of the World

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Katz, president of Bnai Brith;
and the "long memorandum" given
Cardinal Bea in Rome by Dr. Gold-
mann and Katz. It noted that A. M.
Sonnabend Jewish Committee, and
Dr. Immanuel Jakobovitch, for-
merly chief rabbi of Ireland, had
met on this subject with Francis
Cardinal Spellman, while Katz had
had an audience with Pope Paul
VI recently.
The publication listed what it
called "testimonials of ap-
proach" on Catholic-Jewish re-
lations by a number of cardi-
nals, including Cardinal Cushing
of Boston. It refuted a state-
ment by the Sunday Observer of
London last year to the effect
that "unfortunately, the Chris-
tian attitude against Jews stands
still on the concept that the Jew-

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most seem to implore the Catholic
Church for an explicit declaration
absolving the Jewish nation from
the deicide accusation."
Among those Americans whose
opinions were cited by Civitta Cat-
tolica are Rabbi Leon Feuer, presi-
dent of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, and Rabbi Ar-
thur J. Lelyveld, as well as the
Rabbinical Council of America and
other "recent Jewish opinion."

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ish people collectively are re-
sponsible for Christ's death."
"On the contrary," stated Civitta
Cattolica, "the opposite view, more
balanced and m or e convincing
reasoning, came from others." The
publication noted that "some Jew-
ish articles have s t r e s s e d the
Church's responsibility for Jewish
suffering," but cited other Jewish
sources "which give full credit for
improvement of relations to Pope
John XXIII and his successor."
Recalling Cardinal Bea's speech
before the last session of the Ecu-
menical Council, when he intro-
duced the proposed declaration on
Catholic-Jewish relations, and the
worldwide reactions to that ad-
dress, the publication listed a num-
ber of favorable reactions, includ-
ing statements by Cardinals Spell-
man and Cushing, stressing that
these reactions had also been re-
ported by the Vatican radio.
It also listed Jewish reactions,
including some from Dr. Gold-
mann; Sir Barnett Janner, then
president of the Board of Deputies
of British Jews; Maurice Edelman,
then president of the Anglo-Jewish
Association; Italy's Chief Rabbi
Elio Toaff; and Dr. Pitigliani,
president of the Jewish Community
of Rome.
In addition to listing those
Jewish leaders "who were favor-
able" to Cardinal Bea's address,
the publication noted that there
were other Jewish leaders "who
remained indifferent, as well as
those who found the declaration
not far - reaching enough and
others who feared that mission-
ary intentions lay behind the
declaration." Protestant reac-
tions were also listed.
Civitta Cattolica then referred
to more recent developments on
this issue, including reports that
the original draft declaration on
relations with Jews had been "wat-
ered down." It asserted that such
rumors stemmed from the fact
that the text of the proposed dec-
laration had not been distributed
to the Council Fathers last May. It
also quoted a Vatican communique
of June 13, 1964, announcing the
formation of the Secretariat for
Christian Unity. The Jesuit organ
then significantly added: "It may
be presumed that this communique
should serve to allay some circles,
particularly those of American
Jews, whe were prematurely
alarmed, more than necessary per-
haps, but not without grounds. It
is, however, interesting to know
that the sentiments of such Jewish
groups are not universally shared
among their coreligionists. Only
recently, in the United States,
more than one authoritative voice
was heard from orthodox Jewry
against the action of those who al-

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—Translated from the Yiddish
by Joseph Leftwich

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 24, 1964
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