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September 22, 1989 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-22

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munity in Mainz, West Ger-
many, Nov. 17, 1980.
Many people, both Jews and
Catholics, have wondered
why there should have been
such concern in Jewish
quarters over the pope's
original remarks on the
Pentecost commemoration.
Some even question whether
Jews have the right to in-
terfere in Catholic theological
considerations: The Jewish
assessment is not an attack
on the pope and his spirituali-
ty. Jewish objections relate to
the interpretation of Judaism
and is mission in God's
design.
The
Catholic-Jewish
dialogue has gone a long way
on its road to understanding
and friendship, overcoming
centuries of confrontation.
There is still much to be done
and a long way to go. After
all, 2,000 years of confronta-
tion cannot be erased in 15
years. Dialogue needs to con-
tinue at all levels; there is
need for more good will and
understanding. At the level of
the theological encounter, it
requires understanding of the
rabbinic tradition, of the New
Testament and the mission of
both faith communities. It
also requires implementation
of these discussions at the
pew level.
The dialogue is still a
vibrant reality requiring joint
efforts. We should be aware of
the problems, but hopeful of
resolving them. ❑

I N EWS I

Soviet Jewish
Process Shifts

Washington — The Bush
administration plans to shift
its processing of Soviet refu-
gees from Rome to Moscow
"to the maximum extent
possible," a State Depart-
ment official told Congress
last Wednesday.
Princeton Lyman, director
of the department's Bureau
for Refugee Programs, made
the comment at a House Ju-
diciary subcommittee hear-
ing devoted to the adminis-
tration's proposed worldwide
refugee budget for the 1990
fiscal year, which begins
Oct. 1.
Lyman's statement is the
clearest official word to date
that the administration in-
tends to phase out its facility
in Rome for processing Sovi-
et Jews and other refugees
who want to 'immigrate to
the United States.
For the last decade, Rome
has served as the transit
point for Jews who leave the
Soviet Union with Israeli
visas and decide instead to

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