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ADL, Vatican Launch "Catholic-Jewish Permanent Dialogue"

April 9, 2009

Fr. James Massa who is involved in this racket offers the Latin Mass in NYC.

read:

A Point of Interest for Latin Mass Community in Sungenis/Catechism Controversy


ADL Sponsors Major Catholic-Jewish Dialogue in Honor of Rabbi Leon Klenicki

Posted: March 23, 2009

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington, D.C. announced the launching of a major new national Catholic-Jewish permanent dialogue.

The announcement was made February 26 following a national tribute to the late Rabbi Leon Klenicki, ADL’s longtime Director of Interfaith Affairs who passed away in January.

Prominent Catholic and Jewish leaders from around the country, including cardinals, bishops, and leading national Catholic officials joined with prominent rabbis to memorialize Rabbi Klenicki, a pioneer in interfaith relations. The group then met for two hours to discuss the future of Catholic-Jewish relations in America in light of several ongoing controversies facing the dialogue.

Following the session, sponsored by ADL and hosted by the John Paul II Center, the religious leaders announced their intention to launch a new permanent dialogue between the two religions, which would meet regularly to deal with controversies and help deepen the dialogue between Catholics and Jews. The new dialogue would be based at the Pope John Paul II Center, as requested by the Vatican.

The gathering in Washington has been called the most significant gathering of Catholic and Jewish leaders since Pope Benedict XVI’s two events with Jewish audiences during his 2008 visit to the United States. Religious leaders called the formation of the new dialogue group a historic event.

Participants at the event included Cardinal Sean Patrick O’Malley of Boston, Cardinal William Keeler of Baltimore, Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick of Washington, D.C., Bishop William Murphy of Rockville Center, Father James Massa, Executive Director of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Father Steven Boguslawski, Executive Director of the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center, Dr. Philip Cunningham, Director of the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations of Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA, Sister Celia Deutch, Associate Professor at Barnard College, Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director, Rabbi Eric Greenberg, ADL Director of Interfaith Policy, Rabbi James Rudin, Senior Interreligious Advisor for the American Jewish Committee, Rabbi Irving Yitz Greenberg, founding President, CLAL, the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, and Rabbi Ruth Langer, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies at Boston College and Associate Director of its Center for Christian-Jewish Learning.

http://www.adl.org/main_Interfaith/New_Catholic_Jewish_Dialogue.htm

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ADL, Vatican Launch "Catholic-Jewish Permanent Dialogue"

April 9, 2009

Fr. James Massa who is involved in this racket offers the Latin Mass in NYC.

read:

A Point of Interest for Latin Mass Community in Sungenis/Catechism Controversy


ADL Sponsors Major Catholic-Jewish Dialogue in Honor of Rabbi Leon Klenicki

Posted: March 23, 2009

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington, D.C. announced the launching of a major new national Catholic-Jewish permanent dialogue.

The announcement was made February 26 following a national tribute to the late Rabbi Leon Klenicki, ADL’s longtime Director of Interfaith Affairs who passed away in January.

Prominent Catholic and Jewish leaders from around the country, including cardinals, bishops, and leading national Catholic officials joined with prominent rabbis to memorialize Rabbi Klenicki, a pioneer in interfaith relations. The group then met for two hours to discuss the future of Catholic-Jewish relations in America in light of several ongoing controversies facing the dialogue.

Following the session, sponsored by ADL and hosted by the John Paul II Center, the religious leaders announced their intention to launch a new permanent dialogue between the two religions, which would meet regularly to deal with controversies and help deepen the dialogue between Catholics and Jews. The new dialogue would be based at the Pope John Paul II Center, as requested by the Vatican.

The gathering in Washington has been called the most significant gathering of Catholic and Jewish leaders since Pope Benedict XVI’s two events with Jewish audiences during his 2008 visit to the United States. Religious leaders called the formation of the new dialogue group a historic event.

Participants at the event included Cardinal Sean Patrick O’Malley of Boston, Cardinal William Keeler of Baltimore, Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick of Washington, D.C., Bishop William Murphy of Rockville Center, Father James Massa, Executive Director of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Father Steven Boguslawski, Executive Director of the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center, Dr. Philip Cunningham, Director of the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations of Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA, Sister Celia Deutch, Associate Professor at Barnard College, Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director, Rabbi Eric Greenberg, ADL Director of Interfaith Policy, Rabbi James Rudin, Senior Interreligious Advisor for the American Jewish Committee, Rabbi Irving Yitz Greenberg, founding President, CLAL, the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, and Rabbi Ruth Langer, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies at Boston College and Associate Director of its Center for Christian-Jewish Learning.

http://www.adl.org/main_Interfaith/New_Catholic_Jewish_Dialogue.htm

The Crucifixion Narrative for Goys vs. the Crucifixion Narrative Which the Rabbis Maintain Amongst Themselves

March 20, 2008

In the depictions of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ intended for Goys, the Romans and Pilate are made to be responsible, but among themselves Orthodox “Jews” fully take responsibility for the Crucifixion, even exonerating the Romans completely.

Compare the BBC mockery of the Gospel titled “The Passion” with the Talmudic account of the Crucifixion:

The Crucifixion story for Goys:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/showbiz/showbiznews.html?in_article_id=535748&in_page_id=1773

The Crucifixion account which the rabbis maintain amongst themselves:

http://www.revisionisthistory.org/wire1.html

Far from being an esoteric teaching of rabbinic Judaism, the willing acceptance for responsibility for the Crucifixion of Jesus is openly manifested in times and places where Orthodox Judaic persons have dominance. It is not uncommon to hear differing variations of the insulting threat, “Take your Jesus down from the cross and we’ll crucify him again,” or, “If Jesus comes back we’ll kill him again,” or, “We killed Jesus and we’ll kill you too.”

Evidence of this hateful tradition can be seen at the links below:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/we-killed-jesus-and-well-kill-you-too.html

Also see:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/effects-of-alcohol-and-judaism.html

A fine basis for “reconciliation,” no?

The Crucifixion Narrative for Goys vs. the Crucifixion Narrative Which the Rabbis Maintain Amongst Themselves

March 20, 2008

In the depictions of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ intended for Goys, the Romans and Pilate are made to be responsible, but among themselves Orthodox “Jews” fully take responsibility for the Crucifixion, even exonerating the Romans completely.

Compare the BBC mockery of the Gospel titled “The Passion” with the Talmudic account of the Crucifixion:

The Crucifixion story for Goys:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/showbiz/showbiznews.html?in_article_id=535748&in_page_id=1773

The Crucifixion account which the rabbis maintain amongst themselves:

http://www.revisionisthistory.org/wire1.html

Far from being an esoteric teaching of rabbinic Judaism, the willing acceptance for responsibility for the Crucifixion of Jesus is openly manifested in times and places where Orthodox Judaic persons have dominance. It is not uncommon to hear differing variations of the insulting threat, “Take your Jesus down from the cross and we’ll crucify him again,” or, “If Jesus comes back we’ll kill him again,” or, “We killed Jesus and we’ll kill you too.”

Evidence of this hateful tradition can be seen at the links below:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/we-killed-jesus-and-well-kill-you-too.html

Also see:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/effects-of-alcohol-and-judaism.html

A fine basis for “reconciliation,” no?

Rabbi Eugene Korn Creating a "Catholic" Golem

March 13, 2008

Zionist ethnic and religious cleansing has caused most of the indigenous Christians of Palestine and Lebanon to flee to safety in other nations. Rabbi Eugene Korn, who is director of the misnamed Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding at Sacred Heart University, blames this Zionist crime on the Muslims whom Christians lived alongside for centuries before the Zionists arrived. He then goes on to conflate the interests of Christians with Zionism, squaring Christians off against Muslims. He also alleges that the problems in the Middle East stem from Muslim inability to treat non-Muslims as equals. Korn’s projection of his own problematic supremacist ideology onto others is patent. Rabbi Korn is a sorcerer summoning a “Catholic” golem to fight his battles. He and others like him have been quite successful in this endeavor.

Catholic-Jewish Panel Focuses on Mideast

March 13, 2008 – Bryan Schwartzman

At a recent Saint Joseph’s University event — one which was supposed to examine Israel’s 60th anniversary from the perspective of Catholic-Jewish relations …

The Jewish voice at the program, Rabbi Eugene Korn — who directs the Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn. — argued that the paramount question facing the Middle East is whether or not the majority of Muslims will be able to adapt to non-Muslims living in the region as equals.

Korn, who previously directed interreligious affairs for the Anti-Defamation League, said that such a development would obviously be important for Jews and the State of Israel, but also for Christians of all denominations, who in recent years have faced increased persecution in places like Egypt, Iraq and the Palestinian territories.

He cited the city of Bethlehem in the West Bank, where, in the past 15 years, the Christian population has dropped from 80 percent of the total population to less than 20 percent, all due, he claimed, to hostility directed toward Christians.

“I would argue that the more Israel is accepted in the Middle East, the more the issue of equality and dignity of non-Muslims will be accepted,” said Korn, author of the recently published The Jewish Connection to Israel, the Promised Land: A Brief Introduction for Christians …

Full article:
http://www.jewishexponent.com/article/15570/

Rabbi Eugene Korn Creating a "Catholic" Golem

March 13, 2008

Zionist ethnic and religious cleansing has caused most of the indigenous Christians of Palestine and Lebanon to flee to safety in other nations. Rabbi Eugene Korn, who is director of the misnamed Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding at Sacred Heart University, blames this Zionist crime on the Muslims whom Christians lived alongside for centuries before the Zionists arrived. He then goes on to conflate the interests of Christians with Zionism, squaring Christians off against Muslims. He also alleges that the problems in the Middle East stem from Muslim inability to treat non-Muslims as equals. Korn’s projection of his own problematic supremacist ideology onto others is patent. Rabbi Korn is a sorcerer summoning a “Catholic” golem to fight his battles. He and others like him have been quite successful in this endeavor.

Catholic-Jewish Panel Focuses on Mideast

March 13, 2008 – Bryan Schwartzman

At a recent Saint Joseph’s University event — one which was supposed to examine Israel’s 60th anniversary from the perspective of Catholic-Jewish relations …

The Jewish voice at the program, Rabbi Eugene Korn — who directs the Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn. — argued that the paramount question facing the Middle East is whether or not the majority of Muslims will be able to adapt to non-Muslims living in the region as equals.

Korn, who previously directed interreligious affairs for the Anti-Defamation League, said that such a development would obviously be important for Jews and the State of Israel, but also for Christians of all denominations, who in recent years have faced increased persecution in places like Egypt, Iraq and the Palestinian territories.

He cited the city of Bethlehem in the West Bank, where, in the past 15 years, the Christian population has dropped from 80 percent of the total population to less than 20 percent, all due, he claimed, to hostility directed toward Christians.

“I would argue that the more Israel is accepted in the Middle East, the more the issue of equality and dignity of non-Muslims will be accepted,” said Korn, author of the recently published The Jewish Connection to Israel, the Promised Land: A Brief Introduction for Christians …

Full article:
http://www.jewishexponent.com/article/15570/

Kasper’s "Judeo-Christian" Deception

February 24, 2008

Catholic Church Conservation blog has provided the following translation of a statement made by Cardinal Walter Kasper on Radio Vatikan:

Curial Cardinal, Walter Kasper has given the assessment that Christian-Islamic dialogue continues to be difficult. There should be in this respect be no illusions, said the President of the Pontifical Council for Unity on Friday at a meeting of the Academy of Sciences in Mainz. Muslims derived from the Koran a different understanding of people. He stressed that the Catholic Church wants dialogue and cooperation with the moderate Muslims. With the radicals, however, this was not possible. No false “idea of harmony ” should be allowed to develop, said Kasper. Also, Islam and Judaism are not on an equal footing. Christianity was without the Jewish religion not possible, however, Islam was founded after Christianity.

http://cathcon.blogspot.com/2008/02/radio-vatikan-deutschsprachige.html

http://www.oecumene.radiovaticana.org/ted/Articolo.asp?c=188586

Walter Kasper is a protege of the Hasidic philosopher, Martin Buber and the Pope’s liaison to the rabbis, so we know that he is well informed on Judaism and therefore we can rule out ignorance here. Kasper is well aware that the authoritative texts of Judaism post-date Christ, a fact which undercuts Jewish-Christian dialogue by the same argument he applies to dialogue with Muslims. Furthermore, “Jews” through their Bible-nullifying Talmud and Kabbalah, derive an understanding of humanity entirely incompatible with Christianity–precisely the argument Kasper applies to Muslims and the Koran in claiming there is a poor basis for dialogue with Muslims.

Can you spot the other aspects of the deception in Kasper’s statement above?

If not, read the following:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/whos-interest-does-vatican-represent.html

Who stands to benefit from Kasper’s deceptive statement?

Kasper’s "Judeo-Christian" Deception

February 24, 2008

Catholic Church Conservation blog has provided the following translation of a statement made by Cardinal Walter Kasper on Radio Vatikan:

Curial Cardinal, Walter Kasper has given the assessment that Christian-Islamic dialogue continues to be difficult. There should be in this respect be no illusions, said the President of the Pontifical Council for Unity on Friday at a meeting of the Academy of Sciences in Mainz. Muslims derived from the Koran a different understanding of people. He stressed that the Catholic Church wants dialogue and cooperation with the moderate Muslims. With the radicals, however, this was not possible. No false “idea of harmony ” should be allowed to develop, said Kasper. Also, Islam and Judaism are not on an equal footing. Christianity was without the Jewish religion not possible, however, Islam was founded after Christianity.

http://cathcon.blogspot.com/2008/02/radio-vatikan-deutschsprachige.html

http://www.oecumene.radiovaticana.org/ted/Articolo.asp?c=188586

Walter Kasper is a protege of the Hasidic philosopher, Martin Buber and the Pope’s liaison to the rabbis, so we know that he is well informed on Judaism and therefore we can rule out ignorance here. Kasper is well aware that the authoritative texts of Judaism post-date Christ, a fact which undercuts Jewish-Christian dialogue by the same argument he applies to dialogue with Muslims. Furthermore, “Jews” through their Bible-nullifying Talmud and Kabbalah, derive an understanding of humanity entirely incompatible with Christianity–precisely the argument Kasper applies to Muslims and the Koran in claiming there is a poor basis for dialogue with Muslims.

Can you spot the other aspects of the deception in Kasper’s statement above?

If not, read the following:

http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/02/whos-interest-does-vatican-represent.html

Who stands to benefit from Kasper’s deceptive statement?

New Testament and Catholic Schools Processed by Talmudic Dialectics

November 20, 2007

“As above, so below,” so says the Hermetic tenet. What happens in Rome is happening in the local parishes. Benedict and his favorite rabbi, Jacob Neusner have demonstrated how it should be done. Background on that HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. And evidence of it’s filtration down to the parishes is supplied below.

Anyone who has read the talmudic texts will recognize the dialectical pilpul at play here–the lawyerly process of synthesizing anti-biblical interpretations of biblical texts. What makes it even more diabolical here is that one of the rabbis engaged in the process is wearing a priest suit and the subject is the New Testament.

Also relevant is the method by which Benedict and Kasper’s favorite Hasidic sophist, Martin Buber synthesized change and “new truths” through dialogue, a process which he called “dialogical thinking” HERE.

Workshop bridges Catholic, Jewish beliefs
By Cortney Fielding

… Searching for answers to students’ probing questions, Bonar and 35 other teachers from Catholic schools across Los Angeles County participated last week in the Anti-Defamation League’s fifth-annual regional “Bearing Witness” program at the American Jewish University in West Los Angeles.

Through an intensive three-day workshop of lectures and discussions led by Jewish and Catholic leaders, scholars and Holocaust survivors, the program provides Catholic school teachers with the training and resources necessary to teach their students about anti-Semitism, the Holocaust and Catholic-Jewish relations, said Matt Freedman, an associate director at the Anti-Defamation League …

Evette Escamilla, a sixth- and seventh-grade history teacher at St. Marianne’s Catholic school in Pico Rivera, said her school valued the opportunity to be part of a dialogue that could be introduced into the classroom.

“Our principal really urged us to come and participate in this week of discussion and reflection,” she said. “It’s wonderful that we actually get to experience this.”

Escamilla said she was most intrigued by a dialogue session between a rabbi and priest, who offered up similar interpretations of events chronicled in the Christian New Testament.

After the dialectical sorcery is done and the Catholic school teachers have been processed to believe that these Talmudic Khazar swindlers are somehow related to Jesus Christ, they’re compelled to transmit this mental virus to the children back at their schools:

“The person we follow as Catholics is Jewish. We can’t ignore his Jewishness,” said Bonar. “We can’t ignore this context when we teach our own religion. Ignoring it plants these seeds of hate.”

full article:

http://www.whittierdailynews.com/news/ci_7444857

More on the joint USCCB and ADL plan for the subversion of Catholic schools, “Bearing Witness” HERE.

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New Testament and Catholic Schools Processed by Talmudic Dialectics

November 20, 2007

“As above, so below,” so says the Hermetic tenet. What happens in Rome is happening in the local parishes. Benedict and his favorite rabbi, Jacob Neusner have demonstrated how it should be done. Background on that HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. And evidence of it’s filtration down to the parishes is supplied below.

Anyone who has read the talmudic texts will recognize the dialectical pilpul at play here–the lawyerly process of synthesizing anti-biblical interpretations of biblical texts. What makes it even more diabolical here is that one of the rabbis engaged in the process is wearing a priest suit and the subject is the New Testament.

Also relevant is the method by which Benedict and Kasper’s favorite Hasidic sophist, Martin Buber synthesized change and “new truths” through dialogue, a process which he called “dialogical thinking” HERE.

Workshop bridges Catholic, Jewish beliefs
By Cortney Fielding

… Searching for answers to students’ probing questions, Bonar and 35 other teachers from Catholic schools across Los Angeles County participated last week in the Anti-Defamation League’s fifth-annual regional “Bearing Witness” program at the American Jewish University in West Los Angeles.

Through an intensive three-day workshop of lectures and discussions led by Jewish and Catholic leaders, scholars and Holocaust survivors, the program provides Catholic school teachers with the training and resources necessary to teach their students about anti-Semitism, the Holocaust and Catholic-Jewish relations, said Matt Freedman, an associate director at the Anti-Defamation League …

Evette Escamilla, a sixth- and seventh-grade history teacher at St. Marianne’s Catholic school in Pico Rivera, said her school valued the opportunity to be part of a dialogue that could be introduced into the classroom.

“Our principal really urged us to come and participate in this week of discussion and reflection,” she said. “It’s wonderful that we actually get to experience this.”

Escamilla said she was most intrigued by a dialogue session between a rabbi and priest, who offered up similar interpretations of events chronicled in the Christian New Testament.

After the dialectical sorcery is done and the Catholic school teachers have been processed to believe that these Talmudic Khazar swindlers are somehow related to Jesus Christ, they’re compelled to transmit this mental virus to the children back at their schools:

“The person we follow as Catholics is Jewish. We can’t ignore his Jewishness,” said Bonar. “We can’t ignore this context when we teach our own religion. Ignoring it plants these seeds of hate.”

full article:

http://www.whittierdailynews.com/news/ci_7444857

More on the joint USCCB and ADL plan for the subversion of Catholic schools, “Bearing Witness” HERE.

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