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Friday, February 15, 1985

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LOCAL NEWS

Precious Legacy Events

Preparations are under way for
the Midwestern premier of The
Precious Legacy: Judaic Trea-
sures from the Czechoslovak
State Collections on March 11 at
the Detroit Institute of Arts. That
evening's exhibition and recep-
tion is by invitation to 1985 Allied
Jewish Campaign contributors of
$1,000 or more.
As host committee, the Jewish
Welfare Federation, in coopera-
tion with local synagogues and
organizations, has organized
many activities in conjunction
with the exhibition, which runs
from March 13 to May 5.
At 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Feb.
28, Midrasha College of Jewish
Studies, in cooperation with the
American Jewish Congress will
host "Images and Insights, a Pre-
lude to The Precious Legacy." The
slide show and lecture will be pre-
sented by Dr. Joseph Gutmann,
assistant curator at the DIA, and
will take place at Cong. Beth
Achim.
A graphic illustration of Allied
Jewish Campaign partnership
will be provided at the March 10
progress report meeting, when a
photographic exhibit, "Jewish
Life Around the World" opens at
the Jewish Community Center in
West Bloomfield.

Internationally known photo-
grapher Arthur Leipzig will ad-
dress the report meeting, to be
held in the Aaron Deroy Studio
Theater at 9:30 a.m. The exhibit
will continue through April 5.
On March 11, at Federation's
reception, Sen. Carl Levin, as well
as other state, local and federal
government officials will be in
attendance for the opening fes-
tivities.
At 8 p.m. March 18, a concert
honoring The Precious Legacy
will be presented at Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses. A cantata,
"The Beadle of Prague" will be
performed, and a Torah scroll
from Prague will be dedicated to
mark the synagogue's rebirth
from a tragic fire two years ago.
Hadassah, Women's American
ORT, Midrasha and the Jewish
Historical Society, among others,
will each be hosting their own
tours of the exhibition.
Detroit communal leader Paul
Zuckerman played an instrumen-
tal role in bringing the exhibit
here, after the Council of Jewish
Federations arranged for its
American showing.
exhibition
and
Tickets
catalogues are now on sale at the
DIA. For ticket information, call
the DIA, 832-2730.

Interfaith Dialogue Monday

Seven religious groups will
commemorate the 20th anniver-
sary of Vatican Council II at a con-
ference featuring Catholic and
Jewish religious leaders at 4 p.m.
Monday at St. Aidan's Church.
The conference features keyn-
ote addresses by Rabbi A. James
Rudin, national director of Inter-
religious Affairs for the American
Jewish Committee, and Dr.
Eugene J. Fisher, executive secre-
tary, Secretariat for Catholic-
Jewish Relations, National Con-
ference of Catholic Bishops.
During the evening program,
Fr. Alex J. Brunett, director of the
Archdioceses's division of ecu-
menical and interreligious affairs
and pastor of St. Aidan's, will be
presented an original serigraph,
entitled "Justice, Justice Shalt
Thou Pursue," for his leadership
and commitment to ecumenical
and interreligious affairs.
Fr. Brunett holds degrees from
the Sacred Heart Seminary Col-
lege, Gregorian University, Uni-
versity of Detroit and Marquette
University.
He is the recipient,,of a variety
of honors and awards and is listed
in international biographies, in-
cluding Who's Who in Religion,
American Catholic Who's Who
and more.
Professionally he has served in
a variety of positions as associate
pastor, pastor or chaplain. He has
several books and articles to his
credit.
The conference will feature
three concurrent seminars re-
lated to Vatican II: "Living Room
Dialogue"; "Issues That Divide";
and "Educating for Understand-
ing: Vatican II as a Teaching Re-
source."
National and local religious
leaders will lead the seminars.
They are: Judith Banki, AJC's

Fr. Alex Brunett
associate director for inter-
religious affairs; Robert Dugas,
Archdiocesan chairman,
Catholic-Jewish subcommittee;
Dr. Fisher; Rev. James Lyons,
Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies; Rabbi
Rudin; and Rabbi Dannel
Schwartz, senior rabbi, Temple
Beth El.
Also participating in the con-
ference are the Most Rev. Ed-
mund C. Szoka, Archbishop of De-
troit, and two participants of Vat-
ican II. By videotape, Rabbi Marc
H. Tanenbaum, AJC's director of
international relations, and De-
troit's John Cardinal Dearden
will discuss memories of Vatican

II.

The conference is sponsored by
AJC-Detroit Chapter; the Ar-
chdiocese; Ecumenical Institute;
Jewish Community Council of
Greater Detroit; Greater Detroit
Round Table, National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews; and
the Rabbinical Commission of the
Jewish community council.
There is no charge for the con-
ference or dinner, but reserva-
tions are required. For reserva-
tions, contact St. Aidan's, 425-
5950.

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