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September 29, 1989 - Image 146

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-29

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I NEWS 1

Vatican

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ty as well. Last week, three
American Jewish groups
formed an alternative enti-
ty, the Jewish Council for
International Interreligious
Relations, to conduct dia-
logue with the Vatican. ,
That group, comprising
the American Jewish Com-
mittee, ,American Jewish
Congress and the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, dispatched its own
emissary to the Vatican on
Sunday.
The representative, Rabbi
A. James Rudin, who is
AJCommittee's director of
interfaith relations, said in a
telephone interview from
Rome that he met Tuesday
with Willebrands and others
at the Vatican.
He was buoyed by his talks
and by the Willebrands
statement, which he said

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"puts the Vatican firmly and
publicly in favor of building
the interreligious center. It
is more than rhetoric."
American Jewish Con-
gress leaders issued a joint
statement saying, "We are
gratified by this develop-
ment. It is our hope that
once this problem is solved,
Jewish-Catholic relations
will quickly resume the posi-
tive direction that has char-
acterized those relations for
several decades."
Abraham Foxman, na-
tional director of ADL, call-
ed the Vatican statement a
"significant step to restore
harmony to Catholic- Jewish
relations." He said the
statement "opens the way tc
a deeper and more mean-
ingful dialogue between
Catholics and Jews all over
the world — particularly in
Poland."
Likewise, the Simon Wies-
enthal Center in Los
Angeles issued a statement
saying that the Vatican
statement "removes a major
stumbling block in Catholic-
Jewish relations."
But the center's dean,
Rabbi Marvin Hier, said
there is need for additional
discussion with church lead-
ers over "the de- Judaization
of the camps and the failure
of the Polish Church to com-
prehend the uniqueness of
Jewish suffering during the
Holocaust."
The Vatican move also
drew praise in Toronto from
leaders of B'nai Brith Cana-
da and in Brussels from

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