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Lustiger’s NY Yeshiva Tour, Endorsement of Chabad Lubavitch as Religious Model

June 25, 2007

The cardinal [Jean-Marie Lustiger] cited three New York Jewish communities he visited last year “homogeneous in their spiritual and practical choices” as models for how religion can successfully integrate modernity …

Asked later by The Jewish Week to which communities he was referring, Cardinal Lustiger said “Yeshiva University, the Jewish Theological Seminary and Lubavitch.” (Eric J. Greenberg, The Jewish Week, Feb. 14, 2003)


Jean-Marie Lustiger and Rabbi Israel Singer


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Jean-Marie Lustiger in the library of Yeshiva University


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Walter Kasper with Talmud


Jean-Pierre Ricard of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass and his elder brothers

Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, the Archbishop of Paris, recently organized an expedition that brought twelve Catholic scholars who were well versed in Hebrew and Judaic subjects to New York City. Hoping to gain an appreciation for Jewish institutes of advanced learning, Lustiger and his delegation visited several schools around the city, including the Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College, and Yeshiva University.

The Commentator

Also see:

http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=7406&print=yes

http://www.lefigaro.fr/reportage/20060406.FIG000000009_calotte_et_kippa_ensemble_a_manhattan.html

http://www.yahadinunum.org/newyork.html

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Lustiger’s NY Yeshiva Tour, Endorsement of Chabad Lubavitch as Religious Model

June 25, 2007

The cardinal [Jean-Marie Lustiger] cited three New York Jewish communities he visited last year “homogeneous in their spiritual and practical choices” as models for how religion can successfully integrate modernity …

Asked later by The Jewish Week to which communities he was referring, Cardinal Lustiger said “Yeshiva University, the Jewish Theological Seminary and Lubavitch.” (Eric J. Greenberg, The Jewish Week, Feb. 14, 2003)


Jean-Marie Lustiger and Rabbi Israel Singer


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Jean-Marie Lustiger in the library of Yeshiva University


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Walter Kasper with Talmud


Jean-Pierre Ricard of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass and his elder brothers

Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, the Archbishop of Paris, recently organized an expedition that brought twelve Catholic scholars who were well versed in Hebrew and Judaic subjects to New York City. Hoping to gain an appreciation for Jewish institutes of advanced learning, Lustiger and his delegation visited several schools around the city, including the Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College, and Yeshiva University.

The Commentator

Also see:

http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=7406&print=yes

http://www.lefigaro.fr/reportage/20060406.FIG000000009_calotte_et_kippa_ensemble_a_manhattan.html

http://www.yahadinunum.org/newyork.html

Lustiger’s NY Yeshiva Tour, Endorsement of Chabad Lubavitch as Religious Model

June 25, 2007

The cardinal [Jean-Marie Lustiger] cited three New York Jewish communities he visited last year “homogeneous in their spiritual and practical choices” as models for how religion can successfully integrate modernity …

Asked later by The Jewish Week to which communities he was referring, Cardinal Lustiger said “Yeshiva University, the Jewish Theological Seminary and Lubavitch.” (Eric J. Greenberg, The Jewish Week, Feb. 14, 2003)


Jean-Marie Lustiger and Rabbi Israel Singer


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Jean-Marie Lustiger in the library of Yeshiva University


Rabbi Zevulun Charlop and Walter Kasper with Talmud


Jean-Pierre Ricard of the Ecclesia Dei Commission which oversees all things related to the traditional Latin Mass and his elder brothers

Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, the Archbishop of Paris, recently organized an expedition that brought twelve Catholic scholars who were well versed in Hebrew and Judaic subjects to New York City. Hoping to gain an appreciation for Jewish institutes of advanced learning, Lustiger and his delegation visited several schools around the city, including the Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College, and Yeshiva University.

The Commentator

Also see:

http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=7406&print=yes

http://www.lefigaro.fr/reportage/20060406.FIG000000009_calotte_et_kippa_ensemble_a_manhattan.html

http://www.yahadinunum.org/newyork.html