The USCCB has retracted this statement from an earlier document, “A NOTE ON AMBIGUITIES CONTAINED IN REFLECTIONS ON COVENANT AND MISSION”:
“Though Christian participation in interreligious dialogue would not normally include an explicit invitation to baptism and entrance into the Church, the Christian dialogue partner is always giving witness to the following of Christ, to which all are implicitly invited.”
Read the original “Reflections on Covenant and Mission” document which is a transparent call for conversion of Christians to the Talmudic “Noahide Laws” and Kabbalistic “Tikkun Olam.”
The USCCB says, “Catholic-Jewish dialogue has never been and never will be used by the Catholic Church as a means of proselytism or a disguised invitation to baptism.” But the rabbis say that “dialogue” is indeed an occasion to convert Christians into “Noahides” as Rabbi Yehoshua Friedman of the “Root and Branch” organization explains:
“Our approach is a VERY STRICT AND LIMITED application of the principle of interfaith cooperation which Rabbi Soloveitchik permits …
We DO NOT discuss with Christians (or other non-Jews) differences or similarities between our religious beliefs (theological “Show and Tell”) and those of other religions (i.e. “interfaith dialogue”).
We DO give rabbis and scholars from the Torah observant community the opportunity to discuss with and teach non-Jews about universal Jewish ethical principles (the Seven Laws of Noah [“Noahide Laws”]) …”
“Dialogue” is a one-way path to disaster.