Archive for the ‘Rabbi Abie Ingber’ Category

Xavier Unequally Yoked to Hebrew Union

November 18, 2008

What a swindle. Hebrew Union’s faculty will teach “Jewish studies” at Xavier now, and at some time in the future Xavier’s faculty will teach education and business administration classes at Hebrew Union. “Jewish”-Catholic relations is a one way street; a fraud.

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Xavier University Gets Even More Kosher



Xavier, Hebrew Union to collaborate on academics

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Business Courier

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and Xavier University have formed an academic collaborative to offer classes on each other’s campuses, the two Cincinnati schools said Tuesday.

The collaborative was spearheaded by Rabbi David Ellenson, president of the Jewish rabbinical seminary, and the Rabbi David Ellenson, president of the Jesuit-run university, according to a news release. A $750,000 grant from the Macy’s Foundation is helping to fund the initiative.

In phase one, Hebrew Union faculty members will provide courses on Xavier’s campus, allowing the university to offer a minor in Jewish studies. In phase two, Xavier faculty members will offer undergraduate and graduate courses at Hebrew Union, enabling its students to enroll in certain XU professional programs like education and business administration.

“It is in this spirit of ecumenicism, reconciliation and hope – and with the conviction that both our Catholic and Jewish traditions require that we do the work of the Divine in this world – that an exciting and unprecedented partnership between this great Catholic university and this venerable Jewish seminary has been created,” Ellenson said in the release.

Xavier University, a liberal arts university founded in 1831, has about 6,650 graduate and undergraduate students. Hebrew Union, founded in 1875, has learning centers in Cincinnati, New York, Los Angeles and Jerusalem.

http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/stories/2008/11/17/daily23.html

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Xavier Unequally Yoked to Hebrew Union

November 18, 2008

What a swindle. Hebrew Union’s faculty will teach “Jewish studies” at Xavier now, and at some time in the future Xavier’s faculty will teach education and business administration classes at Hebrew Union. “Jewish”-Catholic relations is a one way street; a fraud.

also see:

Xavier University Gets Even More Kosher



Xavier, Hebrew Union to collaborate on academics

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Business Courier

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and Xavier University have formed an academic collaborative to offer classes on each other’s campuses, the two Cincinnati schools said Tuesday.

The collaborative was spearheaded by Rabbi David Ellenson, president of the Jewish rabbinical seminary, and the Rabbi David Ellenson, president of the Jesuit-run university, according to a news release. A $750,000 grant from the Macy’s Foundation is helping to fund the initiative.

In phase one, Hebrew Union faculty members will provide courses on Xavier’s campus, allowing the university to offer a minor in Jewish studies. In phase two, Xavier faculty members will offer undergraduate and graduate courses at Hebrew Union, enabling its students to enroll in certain XU professional programs like education and business administration.

“It is in this spirit of ecumenicism, reconciliation and hope – and with the conviction that both our Catholic and Jewish traditions require that we do the work of the Divine in this world – that an exciting and unprecedented partnership between this great Catholic university and this venerable Jewish seminary has been created,” Ellenson said in the release.

Xavier University, a liberal arts university founded in 1831, has about 6,650 graduate and undergraduate students. Hebrew Union, founded in 1875, has learning centers in Cincinnati, New York, Los Angeles and Jerusalem.

http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/stories/2008/11/17/daily23.html

Xavier University Gets Even More Kosher

June 26, 2008

Rabbi Abie Ingber installed a menorah at the Vatican in 1999 on the pagan feast day of Holocaustolatry, “Yom ha Shoah,” which is said to still be where he left it. Last year Rabbi Ingber proclaimed that he was involved in an effort to move Judeo-Catholic bridge-building beyond the clergy and “into the pews.” Xavier University is now paying Rabbi Ingber to do just that. Rabbi Ingber was already a director at Xavier University’s Hillel Jewish Student Center. Hillels on college campuses function as the student arm of the Judaic Freemasonic B’nai B’rith.

Rabbi Ingber Going To Work At Xavier University

After 32 years in the same job, a local Rabbi is taking on a new challenge.

Rabbi Abie Ingber has retired as Director of the Hillel Jewish Student Center in Cincinnati for a position at Xavier University.

Rabbi Ingber will be the founding Director of Interfaith Community Engagement at Xavier.

In October of last year, Ingber went to Rome for the first Lay Conference on Catholic-Jewish Relations.

http://www.wcpo.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=e79a48f7-7416-4c16-8907-c1e73febb975

Xavier University Gets Even More Kosher

June 26, 2008

Rabbi Abie Ingber installed a menorah at the Vatican in 1999 on the pagan feast day of Holocaustolatry, “Yom ha Shoah,” which is said to still be where he left it. Last year Rabbi Ingber proclaimed that he was involved in an effort to move Judeo-Catholic bridge-building beyond the clergy and “into the pews.” Xavier University is now paying Rabbi Ingber to do just that. Rabbi Ingber was already a director at Xavier University’s Hillel Jewish Student Center. Hillels on college campuses function as the student arm of the Judaic Freemasonic B’nai B’rith.

Rabbi Ingber Going To Work At Xavier University

After 32 years in the same job, a local Rabbi is taking on a new challenge.

Rabbi Abie Ingber has retired as Director of the Hillel Jewish Student Center in Cincinnati for a position at Xavier University.

Rabbi Ingber will be the founding Director of Interfaith Community Engagement at Xavier.

In October of last year, Ingber went to Rome for the first Lay Conference on Catholic-Jewish Relations.

http://www.wcpo.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=e79a48f7-7416-4c16-8907-c1e73febb975