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September 21, 1979 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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Sister Pledges Christian
Support in Peace Process

By TEDD SCHNEIDER

"There is little of the
exuberant hope that accom-
panied those first days of
the peace process in 1977,"
according to Sister Rose
Thering, a specialist on in-
terfaith and race relations,
who lectured Sunday at the
Jewish Community Center.
Sister Rose's presenta-
tion, which covered Israel's
challenge to the Christian
and reactions to the
Holocaust along with her
views on the peace process,
was sponsored by the Israel
Information and Resource
Center and the Detroit
Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Sister Rose believes that
the feelings of caution and
concern that have replaced
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lowed Sadat's initial trip to
Jerusalem are not necessar-
ily hurting the peace proc-
ess. - --
"There are other cros-
sroads and there will be
more crises in the peace
process," Sister Rose
said. "It is important that
we attempt to solve these
from a realistic
standpoint."
Sister Rose noted that the
Vatican was among the first
powers to recognize the
treaty. "This endorsement
is politically significant be-
cause many European gov-
ernments have shied away
from giving official or public
support to the peace pact
since they are all dependent
on Arab oil."
Sister Rose, who is the
program co-ordinator of
Judeo-Christian Studies at
Seton Hall University,
talked proudly of the uni-
versity's study-tours to Is-
rael, of which she was direc-
tor. The first tour of Israel
took place following the
Yom Kippur War in 1973.
"That experience made me
realize the tragedy and in-
credible history of the
Jewish people," Sister Rose
said.
Sister Rose brought the
audience of more than 100
(in which there was a large
number of gentiles as well
as Jews) to their feet near
the end of her lecture with a
pledge for strong Catholic
support for the current state
of Jerusalem. We strongly
support the state of
Jerusalem under its present
jurisdiction. We are opposed
to any other form of control.
Jews have always lived in
Jerusalem, it is their
spiritual home," she said.
Israeli singing and
folkdancing followed Sister
Rose's lecture. The
entertainment was pro-
vided by vocalists Janet
Pont and Geri Levi and dan-
cers Uri Segal and Rachel
Jacobs. The program was
co-ordinated by Shelley
Jackier of the Information
and Resource Center.

Miss Drucker
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Friday, September 21, 1919 73

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president of the Hayim
Greenberg Hebrew School
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