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September 29, 1978 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-29

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Pope Paul Boosted Inter-Faith Relations

(Continued from Page 30)
Catholic Church to pay heed
in order (in the words of the
Vatican Guidelines of 1975)
to learn by what essential
traits the Jews define them-
selves in the light of their
own religious experience.' "
Again, with special

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WISH THEIR
FRIENDS & RELATIVES
A HAPPY & HEALTHY

NEW YEAR

warmth, Pope Paul ex-
pressed to the Jewish
leaders "and for your
families, but widely still
for the entire Jewish
people our best wishes
for happiness and
peace."
The most dramatic ex-
pression of his growing
interest and appreciation of
Judaism as a source of reli-
gious insight and inspira-
tion became manifest in his
study of several books on
the philosophy of Judaism
by the late Rabbi Abraham
Joshua Heschel, with whom
he developed a personal
friendship.
From the balcony of St.
Peter's Basilica, in 1973,
Pope Paul quoted from
the texts of Rabbi Heschel's

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THC,DETRQIT JEWISH' NEWS

Friday, September; 29, 1918 31

A Happy and Healthy
New Year
To Our Many Friends

books and spoke of the with specific responsibility
spiritual treasures of for translating ideas into
Judaism which he com-
realities — in revising
mended to the attention of textbooks, liturgy, sermons,
the Catholic faithful before and promoting joint social
action.
him. To my knowledge, that
was the first time in 1,900
If one were to ask me
years that a reigning Pope what qualities many Jews
cited a rabbi and texts of would like to see in the next
Judaism as a spiritual re- Pope, I think it wold involve
source.
the best qualities of both
Similarly, with regard to Pope John and Pope Paul.
Israel and Jerusalem. In Pope John, the charismatic
January 1964, the "pilgrim prophet who proclaimed
Pope" made a journey to the fresh new visions of mutual
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Holy Land. While many respect. Pope Paul, .who
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Pope's exchanges with peace and unity of the whole
President Zalman Shazar human family.
were warm and mutually
respectful, and left Israeli
authorities feeling ex-
tremely positive over kis
visit.
His authorization of
Eugene Cardinal Tisser-
ant to visit the Memorial
Room of the Holocaust on
Mt. Zion and to light can-
dles in memory of the
Jewish victims of the
Nazis during World War
II left a particularly
forceful impression on
the Jewish people.
Of profound importance
was the fact that after Pope
Paul visited Christian
shrines in Jerusalem and
saw first-hand how well
they had been cared for by
the Israeli government, he
abandoned the Vatican's
earlier policy calling for the
internationalization of the
city of Jerusalem. In his
audience with Golda Meir
in January 1973 — a most
cordial audience despite
newspaper reports to the
contrary — he repeated his
gratitude for Israel's
safeguarding of Chris-
tianity's holiest shrines.
While Pope John XXIII
deserved the credit for be-
ginning the process of
changing the Catholic
Church's negative or ambi-
valent attitudes towards
Jews and Judaism, to Pope
Paul VI belongs the merit of
personally creating the Vat-
ican Secretariat for
Catholic-Jewish Relftions,
which is the first instru-
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ment in the Catholic
Church's history charged
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