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July 13, 1984 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-13

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Papal audience shows faith
in Jewish-Christian ties

Rome (JTA) — A group of
representatives of .a 20--
member delegation of the
executive committee of the
International Council of
Christians and Jews said
after a papal audience ear-
lier this month that they
were struck by the Pope's
warmth and cordiality,. and
especially by the content of
a personal talk they had
with him after the official
speeches had been given on
both sides.
As has been happening
regularly whenever Jews or
Christian friends of Jews
meet withe the Pope or
other high-ranking Vatican
officials, someone asked the
question, "Why doesn't the
Vatican establish diploma-
tic relations with the state
of Israel?"
This time, however, the
person received a more sig-
nificant answer than usual.
Mme. Huchet-Bishop, a
Catholic, and past president
of the Jewish-Christian
"Amitie" of Paris who had
known Jules Isaac Well
(The Jewish historial whose
encounter with Pope John
XXIII catalyzed the ecu-
menical council's nostra
aetate, boar statement on
the Jews was surprised to
receive a specific reply from
"Pope Woytila" to her ques-
There were two reasons,
the Pope is reported as hav-
ing said. First, the global
problems were very com-
plex and second, because of
the "difficult situation" of
Christians in the Middle
East. And by way of illus-
tration, the Pope is said to
have ade a sigificant ges-
ture towards one of the
delegates, Msgr. Harfouche,
who comes from Lebanon.
"But there is real ac-
ceptance of Israel," John
Paul II is said to have re-
peated "even though the
diplomatic recognition is
difficult for the reasons
The papal audience was a
preamble to the five-day in- ,
ternational colloquium on

"1984 and Beyond: Purpose
and Strategy in Jewish-
Christian Relations which
was scheduled to be held
this week at Vallombrosa/
Saltino near Florence.
The Pope spoke of a need
for "a deep change in our
heart" meaning "constantly
reaffirming common reli-
gious values ... in the love
of God, and all men and
women ... the golden rule,
we are well aware, is com-
mon to Jews and Christians
alike." He asked the group
to "work with youth ... to
create . . . a new generation
of men and 'women, mutu-
ally concerned for one an-
other and for all."
Dr. _Goldbloom, the
Jewish ICCJ president, had
comments quite similar in
content to some of those
made by the Pope. "It has
been a reciprocal learning
process," he said, "and one
of the most significant les-
sons we have derived from it
is that the growth of of har-
mony, understanding and
mutual respect has in no
way diminished the reli-
gious integrity and vitality
of Judaism or of Chris-
tianity — quite the contrary
— nor weakened the com-
mitment of any Jew or of
any Christian to his or her
faith." "What is„deeply ap-
preciated," said Dr.
Goldbloom, "is the readi-
ness of the church, under
your leadership, to review
liturgy, to revise catechism,
to reassess and interpret
history, to recognize that
teachings and policies in the
past have . . . led to persecu-
Goldbloom also made a
formal request of the Pope,
asking him to "upgrade the
Vatican commission for
religious relations with the
Jewish 'people" to give it
more "scope, initiative and
authority" so that one day
"every diocese will have a
person . working in
liaison with the Jewish
community whenever it
exists, in Israel and all
other parts of the world.

Israeli-coached German
cage team ready for LA

New York (JTA) — West
Germany's Olympic bas-
ketball squad, which will be
competing in Los Angeles,
this month, is coached by
Ralph Klein, a veteran Is-
raeli player and former
coach of the Tel Aviv Mac,
cabi team.
For the past two years,
Klein has worked full time
as coach of the Cologne
team of the German Na-
tional Basketball League.
He is credited with raising
the Cologne team to conten-
der status and Germany's

hopes in the Olympic bas-
ketball competition are
largely on his shoulders.
The Germans have re-
placed the Soviet squad as
one of the four basketball
teams qualified to represent
the European zone in Los
Klein will continue to
coach the. Cologne'team for
one more season and then
return to Israel. His wife is
vice president of a major
business firm in Tel Aviv
and it is her desire and that
of the family' to return.

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