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September 22, 1989 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-22

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I OPINION I

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4 1PCANC.ER,

ADL Voices Concern
On Pope's Remarks

RABBI LEON KLENICKI and
RABBI DAVID ROSEN

Special to The Jewish News

I

t is an established custom
in the Vatican that every
Wednesday the pope
receives and welcomes
delegations and visitors to a
public audience. As the
spiritual leader of
Catholicism, he speaks on
current events or teaches a
lesson based on the weekly
reading of the New Testa
ment. He expounds the mean-
ing of the text referring to
social, political or Christian
theological matters of concern
to Catholics and all people of
good will.
His remarks Aug. 2 and 9
were devoted to the meaning
of Pentecost, the feast
celebrated 50 days after
Easter that follows the
Jewish tradition of cele-
brating Shavuot, the feast of
weeks, seven weeks after
Passover. Catholicism,
however, has given to the
celebration another meaning
in the Christian reinterpreta-
tion of the Jewish heritage.
Pentecost commemorates the
descent of the Holy Spirit on
the apostles as foretold by
Jesus. Hailed as the beginn-
ing of the church and its mis-
sion, Pentecost is an impor-
tant Catholic celebration, and
its significance was expressed
in Pope John Paul II's August
comments to his audience.
The pope's remarks receiv-
ed critical analysis from
the Anti-Defamation League
which conveyed to the Vatican
Jewish concerns about its
presentation of Judaism.
The pope had referred to
what he said was the condi-
tional nature of God's cove-
nant with the children of
Israel; the latter's frequent
infidelity recorded in the Bi-
ble and the promise (notably
in the boks of the prophets
Jeremiah and Ezekiel) of a
new and eternal covenant.
This, said the pope, was the
covenant established through
Jesus Christ. The evident im-
plication of this commentary
was • that Jewish infidelity
had led to the supercession of
the "old covenant" by the new
Christian covenant.
If this explanation would
have been given 30 years ago,

Rabbi Klenicki is director of
the Anti-Defamation League's
interfaith affairs department.
Rabbi Rosen is director of
interfaith relations in Israel.
Both men serve as ADL's
liaisons to the Vatican.

few eyebrows would have been
raised. After all, that was a
tradition of Christian
teaching. However, much has
changed since Vatican II and
the promulgation of three
documents on the Catholic
Church's understanding of
Judaism. Those documents
were the Nostra Aetate docu-
ment of 1965, the Guidelines
for the Implementation of the
Conciliar Declaration Nostra
Aetate and, finally, the 1985
Notes on the Presentation of
Jews and Judaism in Catho-
These
lic Education.
documents have changed the
old heritage of the "teaching



The evident
implication of this
commentary was
that Jewish
infidelity had led
to the
supercession of
the "old covenant"
by the new
Christian
covenant.

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of contempt," a teaching that
portrayed Judaism as losing
its place in God's design.
Vatican II opened a new
chapter in the relationship of
Catholics and Jews.
In the United States, two
documents have been
prepared by specialists in
education and liturgy-concer-
ning the presentation of Jews
and Judaism in Catholic
teaching and liturgy. One is
Within Context, a set of
"Guidelines for the
Catechetical Presentation of
Jews and Judaism in the New
Testament," written in
cooperation with the
Secretariat for Catholic-
Jewish Relations of the Na-
tional Conference of Catholic
Bishops; the Education
Department of the United
Catholic Conference; and
ADL.
The other is an official docu-
ment of the Bishops Commit-
tee on the Liturgy of the Na-
tional Conference of Catholic
Bishops, God's Mercy Endures
Forever, a set of "Guidelines
on • the PreSentation of Jews
and Judaism in Catholic
Preaching." It recommends to
priests how to present
Judaism and alerts them to
the dangers of the anti-
Semitic overtones of certain
explanations:
"Reasons for increasing
sensitivity to the ways in

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