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March 18, 1983 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-18

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34 Friday, March 18, 1983

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mental contributions of this
great Jewish theologian
and mystic to the worlds of
philosophy, theology,
Hasidism, mysticism and
social justice.
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senting a paper on the im-
pact that Dr. Heschel, who
was my revered teacher and
friend, had on Vatican
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Two extraordinary events
underscored the unique im-
pact he had on the Christian
world. In January 1973, one
month after his death, Pope
Paul VI, during an address
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