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December 10, 1993 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-10

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half-year battle waged
against massive sub-
scription purchases of
the New York Jewish
Week by the United Jewish Ap-
peal-Federation of New York
was not resolved last week as
expected.
Although the federation's
board met on Dec. 1 for more
than three hours to review its
newspaper purchasing policy,
it is not expected to make a fi-
nal decision for another three
months, said Irwin Hochberg,
chairman of its Jewish media
committee.
In the interim, the federa-
tion's management committee
will review the points made at
last week's meeting and for-
ward its recommendations to
the board. The management
committee will meet in about
two weeks.
A memo from the manage-
ment committee to three other
UJA-Federation committees
last week indicated that it be-
lieves that some kind of sub-
scription-purchasing policy is
necessary for the federation's

"message" to be properly com-

municated to donors.
"If we permit the market-
place to determine the surviv-
ing newspapers," stated the
memo, "we may end up with no
viable Jewish newspaper that
delivers the UJA-Federation
message and also serves the to-
tal community."
The fracas between the Jew-
ish Week and other local Jew-
ish papers, especially the Long
Island Jewish World, has been
a cause celebre in New York's
Jewish circles. The outcome
could influence the policy of
some Jewish federations
around the country toward their
local Jewish newspapers.
The wrangling centers on the
UJA-Federation's present pur-
chasing of about 80,000 Jewish
Week subscriptions. These go to
anyone who contributes more
than $36 to the federation. The
Jewish World and the Forward
want a new system that would
give federation donors a choice
of which paper they would re-
ceive.

Should The Pope
Repent?

Columnist James Carroll of the
Boston Globe recently urged
Pope John Paul II to repent for
the Vatican's alleged failure to
protest the Holocaust. But two
high officials in the Catholic
hierarchy believe it is Mr. Car-
roll, a former Catholic priest,
who should repent.
"The guy doesn't know his
facts," said Archbishop William
H. Keeler of Baltimore. "People
really have to do their home-
work on this issue."
Eugene J. Fisher, associate
director of the National Con-
ference of Catholic Bishops' sec-
retariat for ecumenical and
interreligious affairs, said,
"There's a need for all Chris-
tians to ask for repentance
[from Jews regarding the Holo-
caust]. But first let's develop an
objective and accurate state-
ment of the facts..."
Below are some incidents
Mr. Carroll used to back his
claim that the Vatican's rela-
tionship to the Holocaust is "one
of the great moral failures in
history" — and Archbishop
Keeler's and Mr. Fisher's refu-
tation of them:

Pope John Paul II: Who's sorry now?

• In 1933, Pope Paul XI
signed a concordat with Hitler
that traded church freedom in
Germany for suppression of
the anti-Nazi Catholic Center
Party.
The archbishop referred to
"Three Popes and the Jews" by

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