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Holocaustolatry in Atlanta Archdiocese

February 14, 2008

Christians, Jews Look Together At Holocaust History

The Georgia Bulletin, February 14, 2008

ATLANTA—Two upcoming Jewish-Catholic educational events will examine the history of the Holocaust in an interfaith setting. The American Jewish Committee and Atlanta Archdiocese, along with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, will host a lunchtime seminar and an evening lecture with leading experts focused on Holocaust history and other contemporary interfaith issues.

The lunch event, a discussion entitled “Christians, Jews and Studying the Holocaust,” will be held Tuesday, Feb. 26, from 12:30-3 p.m., at the Catholic Center, located at 680 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta. A kosher lunch will be provided. Space is limited. Parking is available on Spring Street behind the Catholic Center.

The evening event, a panel discussion on “Remembering for Reconciliation: Healing Memories in the Christian-Jewish Dialogue,” will be held at Our Lady of Assumption Church, 1350 Hearst Drive, Atlanta, also on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 7:30 p.m.

During World War II, some 1.5 million Ukrainian Jews were killed. The deaths are called a “Holocaust of bullets” as mobile gangs of Nazis and collaborators tried to exterminate the Jewish people by shooting them all. The remains were tossed into unmarked mass graves.

Father Patrick Desbois, a French priest, works to find those remains by talking to people, who as teenagers or young children witnessed the killings.

The program is a conversation between the Father Desbois, who has received many honors for his work, and Paul Shapiro, director of the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

The two experts have been meeting in communities throughout the United States to talk about this history.

Father Desbois is the president of Yahad–In Unum, which was co-founded by the Archbishop of Paris and the head of the World Jewish Congress to promote Jewish-Catholic dialogue, joint social relief programs, and common moral values throughout Europe. In addition to serving since 2003 as an adviser to the Vatican’s Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, he is also a member of the board of the French Judeo-Christian Friendship Society.

Shapiro is a member of the Congressionally mandated Interagency Working Group on Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records. He also serves on the Academic Advisory Committee of the Center for Jewish History in New York. Most recently he was instrumental in the Museum’s successful effort to open the archive of the International Tracing Service in Germany, the world’s largest and last major inaccessible collection of Holocaust-related records.

The events are being sponsored as a collaboration between the American Jewish Committee and Atlanta Archdiocese. Most recently they partnered for a community-wide immigration forum in November 2006.


To register for the lunchtime seminar, contact Ana Nagel at (404) 885-7458 or anagel@archatl.com. For more information on the evening event, call Our Lady of the Assumption Church at (404) 261-7181.

http://www.georgiabulletin.org/local/2008/02/14/history/

Dear Ana Nagel,

I’m interested in the “Christians, Jews and Studying the Holocaust,” lecture. Will the holocaust of Christians that took place in Russia prior to W.W. II at the hands of many Judaic persons be addressed? Will the Orthodox Judaic teachings of contempt against Christ and Christians which paved the road to this holocaust of Christians be addressed? Will the rabbis be pressured to revise their hateful teachings? If not, why?

Sincerely,
your name

The archbishop of Atlanta, Wilton D. Gregory’s contact info is:

Phone: 404-888-7804
Fax: 404-885-7282
Email: archbishop@archatl.com

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Holocaustolatry in Atlanta Archdiocese

February 14, 2008

Christians, Jews Look Together At Holocaust History

The Georgia Bulletin, February 14, 2008

ATLANTA—Two upcoming Jewish-Catholic educational events will examine the history of the Holocaust in an interfaith setting. The American Jewish Committee and Atlanta Archdiocese, along with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, will host a lunchtime seminar and an evening lecture with leading experts focused on Holocaust history and other contemporary interfaith issues.

The lunch event, a discussion entitled “Christians, Jews and Studying the Holocaust,” will be held Tuesday, Feb. 26, from 12:30-3 p.m., at the Catholic Center, located at 680 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta. A kosher lunch will be provided. Space is limited. Parking is available on Spring Street behind the Catholic Center.

The evening event, a panel discussion on “Remembering for Reconciliation: Healing Memories in the Christian-Jewish Dialogue,” will be held at Our Lady of Assumption Church, 1350 Hearst Drive, Atlanta, also on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 7:30 p.m.

During World War II, some 1.5 million Ukrainian Jews were killed. The deaths are called a “Holocaust of bullets” as mobile gangs of Nazis and collaborators tried to exterminate the Jewish people by shooting them all. The remains were tossed into unmarked mass graves.

Father Patrick Desbois, a French priest, works to find those remains by talking to people, who as teenagers or young children witnessed the killings.

The program is a conversation between the Father Desbois, who has received many honors for his work, and Paul Shapiro, director of the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

The two experts have been meeting in communities throughout the United States to talk about this history.

Father Desbois is the president of Yahad–In Unum, which was co-founded by the Archbishop of Paris and the head of the World Jewish Congress to promote Jewish-Catholic dialogue, joint social relief programs, and common moral values throughout Europe. In addition to serving since 2003 as an adviser to the Vatican’s Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, he is also a member of the board of the French Judeo-Christian Friendship Society.

Shapiro is a member of the Congressionally mandated Interagency Working Group on Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records. He also serves on the Academic Advisory Committee of the Center for Jewish History in New York. Most recently he was instrumental in the Museum’s successful effort to open the archive of the International Tracing Service in Germany, the world’s largest and last major inaccessible collection of Holocaust-related records.

The events are being sponsored as a collaboration between the American Jewish Committee and Atlanta Archdiocese. Most recently they partnered for a community-wide immigration forum in November 2006.


To register for the lunchtime seminar, contact Ana Nagel at (404) 885-7458 or anagel@archatl.com. For more information on the evening event, call Our Lady of the Assumption Church at (404) 261-7181.

http://www.georgiabulletin.org/local/2008/02/14/history/

Dear Ana Nagel,

I’m interested in the “Christians, Jews and Studying the Holocaust,” lecture. Will the holocaust of Christians that took place in Russia prior to W.W. II at the hands of many Judaic persons be addressed? Will the Orthodox Judaic teachings of contempt against Christ and Christians which paved the road to this holocaust of Christians be addressed? Will the rabbis be pressured to revise their hateful teachings? If not, why?

Sincerely,
your name

The archbishop of Atlanta, Wilton D. Gregory’s contact info is:

Phone: 404-888-7804
Fax: 404-885-7282
Email: archbishop@archatl.com

Religious Relations With the "Jews" in Context

February 9, 2008

It should be quite obvious at this point that “religious relations” with the “Jews” is such an urgent and pervasive matter on the Vatican agenda that even the Latin Mass community is not a place of refuge from it. For those who attempted to avoid this issue and now realize that it’s not possible to do so, I encourage you to educate yourself on the religion of the “elder brothers” whom Vatican prelates insist we have religious relations with.

New York Times Reveals Talmudic Basis for Legalistic Murder of Goys, Fake Benevolence

Amalek, Haman, and Christians

Vatican: “Christians Can Learn Much From ‘Jewish’ Exegesis of Past 2000 Years”

Some Insight from Benedict XVI’s Elder Brother in the Faith, Rabbi Jacob Neusner

Benedict’s Elder Brothers and their Voodoo Ritual

The Vatican Instills the Double Mind; The Judaic Hermaphrodite god

Papal Rabbi-Knight David Rosen Wants to Change What Christians Believe About the Pharisees


The Judaic Propensity to Have It Both Ways

Institutionalized Hypocrisy and Double Standards

Something is Seriously Wrong Here

This is barely an introduction to the true, anti-biblical nature of the religion of Judaism that Catholics are being pushed into religious relations with.

Religious Relations With the "Jews" in Context

February 9, 2008

It should be quite obvious at this point that “religious relations” with the “Jews” is such an urgent and pervasive matter on the Vatican agenda that even the Latin Mass community is not a place of refuge from it. For those who attempted to avoid this issue and now realize that it’s not possible to do so, I encourage you to educate yourself on the religion of the “elder brothers” whom Vatican prelates insist we have religious relations with.

New York Times Reveals Talmudic Basis for Legalistic Murder of Goys, Fake Benevolence

Amalek, Haman, and Christians

Vatican: “Christians Can Learn Much From ‘Jewish’ Exegesis of Past 2000 Years”

Some Insight from Benedict XVI’s Elder Brother in the Faith, Rabbi Jacob Neusner

Benedict’s Elder Brothers and their Voodoo Ritual

The Vatican Instills the Double Mind; The Judaic Hermaphrodite god

Papal Rabbi-Knight David Rosen Wants to Change What Christians Believe About the Pharisees


The Judaic Propensity to Have It Both Ways

Institutionalized Hypocrisy and Double Standards

Something is Seriously Wrong Here

This is barely an introduction to the true, anti-biblical nature of the religion of Judaism that Catholics are being pushed into religious relations with.

"Elder Brothers in the Faith" Hate the Central Symbol of our Faith

November 13, 2007

Increasingly more open hatred for the cross, childish lying, ridiculous demands: such are the fruits of religious relations with “The Jews.” Replacing the pectoral cross with a pectoral Auschwitz gas chamber pendant wouldn’t be enough to satisfy these self-obsessed “elder brothers.” Theologically, that switch has already taken place.

Austrian bishops barred from Jewish holy site in Jerusalem for wearing crosses

The Associated Press
November 12, 2007

JERUSALEM: Thirteen Austrian bishops were barred from praying at Jerusalem’s Western Wall last week by Jewish religious authorities when they refused to take off their crosses, according to Austrian officials.

On a planned visit on Thursday to the wall — the holiest place where Jews can pray — the bishops were given an ultimatum by the rabbi of the site: Either remove the crosses or stand behind a fence several meters (yards) from the site. The bishops refused the request and watched people praying from behind the fence, according to an Austrian official.

“They were a bit disappointed they were not let into the wall,” said Arad Benko, spokesman for the Austrian embassy. “It was a disappointing moment.” He said the bishops were not informed before the visit that wearing the crosses would be a problem.

Shmuel Rabinowitz, the rabbi of the Western Wall, said that while the site is open to all religions, worshippers are expected not to offend the sensitivities of Jews.

“Appearing like that at the wall plaza and at a meeting with me is insulting and provocative,” Rabinowitz told the Israeli daily Maariv. “I told them that the pope didn’t show up at the wall with a cross, but hid it.”

On a historic visit to the holy land in 2000, Pope John Paul II prayed at the Western Wall, stuffing a prayer between the cracks — a Jewish ritual to ask God to fulfill a wish. Pictures show the pope wearing a cross while praying.

The 13 bishops were in Israel attending the annual Austrian Bishops Conference, held in the Holy Land for the first time. Led by the Archbishop of Vienna, Christoph Schoenborn, the bishops visited several sites, including the town of Bethlehem and Israel’s Holocaust memorial, Yad Vashem. They planned to pray at the Western Wall before they were turned away …
http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/11/12/africa/ME-GEN-Israel-Bishops-Banned.php

Background on Zionist, Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn here:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/06/schoenborn-upstages-falwell.html

"Elder Brothers in the Faith" Hate the Central Symbol of our Faith

November 13, 2007

Increasingly more open hatred for the cross, childish lying, ridiculous demands: such are the fruits of religious relations with “The Jews.” Replacing the pectoral cross with a pectoral Auschwitz gas chamber pendant wouldn’t be enough to satisfy these self-obsessed “elder brothers.” Theologically, that switch has already taken place.

Austrian bishops barred from Jewish holy site in Jerusalem for wearing crosses

The Associated Press
November 12, 2007

JERUSALEM: Thirteen Austrian bishops were barred from praying at Jerusalem’s Western Wall last week by Jewish religious authorities when they refused to take off their crosses, according to Austrian officials.

On a planned visit on Thursday to the wall — the holiest place where Jews can pray — the bishops were given an ultimatum by the rabbi of the site: Either remove the crosses or stand behind a fence several meters (yards) from the site. The bishops refused the request and watched people praying from behind the fence, according to an Austrian official.

“They were a bit disappointed they were not let into the wall,” said Arad Benko, spokesman for the Austrian embassy. “It was a disappointing moment.” He said the bishops were not informed before the visit that wearing the crosses would be a problem.

Shmuel Rabinowitz, the rabbi of the Western Wall, said that while the site is open to all religions, worshippers are expected not to offend the sensitivities of Jews.

“Appearing like that at the wall plaza and at a meeting with me is insulting and provocative,” Rabinowitz told the Israeli daily Maariv. “I told them that the pope didn’t show up at the wall with a cross, but hid it.”

On a historic visit to the holy land in 2000, Pope John Paul II prayed at the Western Wall, stuffing a prayer between the cracks — a Jewish ritual to ask God to fulfill a wish. Pictures show the pope wearing a cross while praying.

The 13 bishops were in Israel attending the annual Austrian Bishops Conference, held in the Holy Land for the first time. Led by the Archbishop of Vienna, Christoph Schoenborn, the bishops visited several sites, including the town of Bethlehem and Israel’s Holocaust memorial, Yad Vashem. They planned to pray at the Western Wall before they were turned away …
http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/11/12/africa/ME-GEN-Israel-Bishops-Banned.php

Background on Zionist, Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn here:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/06/schoenborn-upstages-falwell.html