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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-04

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26 Friday, February 4, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

League of Jewish Women to Hear Priest-Rabbi Dialogue

"Priest and Rabbi — Past
and Present" will be the
topic of guest speakers,
Bishop Andrew G. Grutka,
chairman of the board,
North American College in
Rome, and Rabbi A. James
Rudin, assistant national

director of Interreligious
Affairs of the American
Jewish Committee, at the
eighth annual joint meeting
of the League of Jewish

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BISHOP GRUTKA

Women's Organizations of consecrated bishop of the
Greater Detroit, and the Diocese of Gary, Ind., in
League of Catholic Women 1957.
of Detroit.
Among the associations
The event will take place
Feb. 24 at Shrine of the Lit-- with which he is affiliated
tle Flower, Royal Oak, are: Sts. Cyril and
commencing with cake and Methodius Institute in
coffee at 12:15 p.m. There is Rome, Gary Human Rela-
tions Commission, Pontifi-
a nominal fee.
Father Edward Prus of cal International Marian
the Shrine of the Little Academy in Rome, Catholic
Flower will give the invoca- __ Communications Founda-
tion, North American Col-
tion and welcome guests.
The benediction will be lege in Rome, Pontifical
given by Rabbi David Nel- Nepomocene College in
son of Cong. Beth Shalom. Rome, National Conference
Program Vice President is of Catholic Bishops and
United States Catholic Con-
Marjorie Saulson.
Bishop Grutka studied ference, Our Sunday Visitor
theology in Rome and publishing firm, St.
Joseph-Calumet College
was ordained a priest in
and American Catholic
1933. He was named a
Correctional Chaplains
bishop in 1956 and was
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He holds honorary de-
grees from Illinois Benedic-
tine College, St. Joseph-
Calumet College and re-
ceived the American Legion
Civic Award, Knight Com-
mander of the Holy
Sepulcher, University of
Evansville Medal of Honor
and was named for an honor
by Phi Kappa Theta
Fraternity.
Rabbi Rudin attended
Wesleyan University, and
completed his under-
graduate work at George
Washington University
where he received his .
Bachelor of Arts degree
"with academic distinc-
tion." He was selected for
membership in the an-
nual "Who's Who Among
College Students." He
holds the Joshua Evans
Award given by George
Washington University to
the "Outstanding Senior
Man." He is currently
listed in "Who's Who in
Religion," "Who's Who in
the East" and "Who's
Who in World Jewry."
Rabbi Rudin received a
Master of Arts degree and
rabbinical ordination from
Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion
in New York City in 1960.
While at HUC-JIR, he twice
won the Nelson and Helen
Glueck prize "for outstand-
ing sermons." •

His articles have ap-
peared in Christian Cen-
tury, Christianity Today,
The Ecumenist, The Jewish
Digest, The Jewish Fron-
tier, The Jewish Spectator,
Judaism, Journal of Ecu-
menical Studies, Kansas
City Jewish Chronicle, The
Kansas Historical Quar-
terly, Keeping Posted, The
Lamp, Midstream, Michi-
gan History, The New Re-
public, New World Outlook,
Present Tense, The Reli-
gious Education Associa-
tion Bulletin and World-
view.
He and his wife, Marcia,
are the authors of"Prison or
Paradise? The New Reli-
gious Cults." (Fortress
Press, 1980). He also wrote
"Jews and Judaism in Rev.
Moon's 'Divine Principle.' "
Rabbi Rudin is a co-editor of
"Evangelicals and Jews in
Conversation." He also is
the author of "Israel for
Christians."

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Churches Task Force on
the Middle East. He is -a
member of the Commis-
sion on Interreligious Ac-
tivities of the Central
Conference of American
Rabbis.
Rabbi Rudin was the offi-
cial Jewish observer at the
1971 World Methodist Con-
ference in Denver, Colo.,
that issued an historic reso-
lution in support of Soviet
Jews. He is the executive
chairman of the National
Interreligious Task Force
on Soviet Jewry, and was
RABBI RUDIN
the national coordinator of
Since 1968, he has its founding meeting at the
served as coordinator of University of Chicago in
many national interreli- 1972. He has served as
gious conferences. He prekdent of the AJC Staff
has served on the Execu- Association.
tive Council of the
The presidents of the
American Jewish Histor- League of Jewish Women
ical Society, is a consul- and the League of Catholic
tant to the National Women, Margot Klein and
Council of Churches for Marilyn Lundy, respec-
Jewish-Christian rela- tively, invite the public. No
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