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May 01, 1981 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, May 1, 1981

Positive Signs in Vatican Meeting

lations with Muslims,
Buddhists, Hindus, and
other non-Christians. He
was speaking at the climax
of three days of very good
discussions between Vati-
can representatives and

By RABBI MARC H.
TANENBAUM

A Seven Arts Feature

The speaker was Monsig-
nor Pietro Rossano of Rome,
the brilliant director of the
Vatican Secretariat for Re-

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world Jewish leaders who
met in London several
weeks ago.
"The dialogue between
the Vatican, the Catholic
Church, and 'the Jewish
people," Monsignor Rossano
said, "is the most advanced
dialogue in our Church to-
day. It is true dialogue."
While acknowledging their
theological differences, the
Vatican and Jewish leaders
agree that they share many
essential things in common.
As monotheists, they af-
firmed their shared belief in
the rights of men, and the
need to stand together in
ethical, social, and
humanistic fields at a time
of such vast dehumaniza-
tion in the world.
In a separate action the
Jewish leaders forcefully

raised the issue of the re-
cent meeting between the
Vatican's Secretary of
State with the PLO and
the gun-runner Ar-
chbishop Hilarion
Capucci. A joint state-
ment issued by world
Jewish groups declared
that meeting with the
PLO terrorists now
threatens to undermine
the credibility of every
important statement by
the Pope and the Vatican
condemning violence
and terrorism.
It was heartening to find
that many Christian lead-
ers shared the Jewish dis-
may over this incredible
event in which they were
not involved. Significantly,
the Jewish spokesmen
told their concerns.

WSU to Cite Harold Norris

Wayne State University
will confer three honorary
degrees at spring corn-

Dictionary Is Withdrawn

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firm apologized for what it
called "an involuntary mis-
take."

ROME — An Italian dic-
tfonary containing derogat-
ory definitions of "Jew" and
"Judaism" is being with-
drawn by its publisher.
The Curico publishing
house has written to the
Union of Italian Jewish
Communities that it is
withdrawing all copies of its
"Dictionary of the Italian
Language" and replacing
the pages in which the de-
rogatory definitions appear.
Curcio will also consult
the union about the compi-

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HAROLD NORRIS

mencement exercises, 8:30
p.m. Thursday in Cobo Hall.
Honored will be Mary
Ellen Riordan, former
president of the Detroit
Federation of Teachers;
John S. Knight, editor
emeritus of Knight-Ridder
newspapers and president
and editor of the Detroit
Free Press from 1940-1967;
and Harold Norris, profes-
sor of law at the Detroit Col-
lege of Law.
Norris, elected as a
delegate to the Michigan
Constitutional Conven-
tion in 1961, served as
vice chairman of the
committee of the Dec-
laration of Rights, Suf-
frage and Elections, co-
authoring a provision
specifically prohibiting
racial and religious dis-
crimination.
He was also instrumental
in the creation of a state
Civil Rights Commission
making Michigan the only
state in the nation having
such a constitutionally
created commission.
Dr. Eli Saltz will be hon-
ored during the program
with the 1981 WSU Distin-
guished Graduate Faculty
Award.

Terror Allies

NEW YORK — Libyan
dictator Muammar Qaddafi
visited Moscow last week
and was greeted by Soviet
leader Leonid Brezhnev as a
"comrade in the struggle for
the rights and freedom of
peoples, against imperialist
oppression and aggression."
The U.S. government has
recently characterized the
Soviet Union and Libya as
the leading fomenters of in-
ternational terrorism.

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