Pope to Host Chief Rabbinate

In March 2007 a bilateral meeting between the Holy See’s Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of “Israel” issued a joint document which advances the monumental lie that the “Noahide Laws” of the Talmud have a Biblical, even New Testament basis. See:

Papal Commission Promotes Noahide Laws

More on Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen who will lead the Chief Rabbinate delegation when the pope hosts them in two weeks here:


Pope Benedict’s Synod rabbi: Friend of Chabad

More on the Synod Rabbi

Chief Rabbinate decides to resume dialogue with Holy See

Mar 1, 2009

Jerusalem Post

The Chief Rabbinate has decided to resume dialogue with the Holy See, after the Vatican declared that an apology from Holocaust denier Bishop Richard Williamson wasn’t good enough and that he must repudiate his views if he wants to be a Roman Catholic clergyman.

Israel Radio reported Sunday that the Vatican confirmed that a Chief Rabbinate delegation headed by Haifa’s Chief Rabbi She’ar Yashuv Hacohen would visit in some two weeks and meet Pope Benedict VI [sic].

In the meeting, preparations are expected to be made for the Pope’s visit to Israel in May.



One Response to “Pope to Host Chief Rabbinate”

  1. Steve in Vista Says:

    There is no doubt that Benediktos is working not only for the Jews’ agenda in terms of the Anti-Catholic bias, but in terms of an Anti-Muslim bias. The timing along side of the recent genocide by the Israelis in Gaza and elections in Israel make it clear that there is a political agenda here that bodes very ill.

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