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April 27, 1979 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

YOUR WEDDING—
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director of the inter-
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ment of the AmeriCan
Jewish Committee, spoke of
his recent audience with
Pope John Paul II, in a
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speech was sponsored by the
congregation's men's club.
Tanenbaum has spent
much of his career working
with Christian organiza-
tions. "I have undergone
some transformations be-
cause of that work," he said.
One of those transforma-
tions was his impression of
the new Pape. Tanenbaum
was skeptical of the Pope's
attitude towards Jews and
the Jewish religion.
Tanenbaum dis-
covered his apprehen-
sions were needless,
however, when the Pope
read the text of his re-
marks to the 24 Jewish
leaders gathered in Vati-
-
can City recently.
The Pope outlined five
basic issues between Chris-
tians and the Jewish people
of the world, according to
Tanenbaum. The five
themes were:
• The religious relation-
ship between Christianity
and Judaism;
• Translation of the Vat-
ican guidelines of 1975 to
concrete facts;
• Recognition that al-
though the Church must
preach the New Testament,
it accepts the idea of reli-
gious liberty;
▪ Anti-Semitism;
• The issue of Jerusalem
and Israel;-
Tanenbaum spoke in de-

tail on three of the five
themes.
On the issue of Jewish-
Christian relationships,
Tanenbaum cited Christian
policies of the past. "Many
Christians feel that the
Holocaust was punishment
for the murder of Jesus," he
said.
That belief is also,
stressed by the contem-
porary "Jews for Jesus"
movement. "They try to
persuade our young
people that Judaism is
incomplete," Tanenbaum
said.
Attacking the issue of
anti-Semitism, Tanenbaum
spoke of his recent meeting
in Bonn, Germany, to dis-
cuss the presentation of the
Oberammergau Passion
Play.
According to Tanenbaum,
the Pope intended to make
the Vatican guidelines of
1975 the policy of his Pa-
pacy'. "It is hard for
Catholics to understand
that one does not stop being
a Jew when he stops practic-
ing," he said. "Catholics
must not seek to convert
those who have stopped
practicing."
In relation to the chang- -
ing attitudes of the Catholic
-Church towards, Judaism
Tanenbaum remarked,
"What has taken 1,900
years to be established is

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Friday, April 27, 1919 43

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day and 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
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A panel ,discussion on
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