Hartford Seminary

hartford-seminaryWith roots that go back to 1834, Hartford Seminary is a non-denominational graduate school for religious and theological studies. What makes us unique is our multi-faith environment and our proven ability to prepare leaders for the complex world that surrounds us.
Hartford Seminary offers degree programs and graduate certificates as well as leadership certificates. We seek out students who are interested in serving their communities and deepening their own faiths, as well as understanding the faiths of others.
For more information, visit their website at: http://www.hartsem.edu/

Hayyim & Esther Kieval Institute for Jewish-Christian Studies, Siena College, NY

Hayyim Kieval InstituteThe Siena Institute for Jewish-Christian Studies was founded in 1983, with an initial contribution from Charles and Thelma Buchman and their family. Rabbi Hayyim Kieval, then the Senior Rabbi of Temple Israel in Albany was named as the Director. When the Institute's bylaws were adopted in 1989, Peter Zaas became the Institute Coordinator and budgetary officer.

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Institute for Islamic - Christian - Jewish Studies, Baltimore, MD

ICJSThe Institute for Islamic - Christian - Jewish Studies (ICJS) is a non-profit organization that concentrates its educational expertise on the dual tasks of disarming religious hatred and establishing models of interfaith understanding. We build learning communities where religious difference becomes a powerful force for good.


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Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations of Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia

"... increasing knowledge and deepening understanding between the Jewish and Catholic peoples since 1967."


IJCR panelFlowing from the Catholic and Jesuit identity of Saint Joseph's University, the Institute's mission is to increase knowledge and deepen understanding between the Jewish and Catholic communities. Founded in 1967, the Institute pursues a vision of shalom (or "right relationship") between Catholics and Jews. It is also dedicated to promoting opportunities for them to be “study partners,” teaching and learning about themselves and each other by studying and experiencing together texts, rituals, events, and places. For this reason the Institute is directed by two professors in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies. Institute personnel offer courses on Christian-Jewish relations to Saint Joseph's University students and also partner nationally and internationally in research dedicated to furthering the process of Jewish and Christian reform and reconciliation.

Visit their website at http://www.sju.edu/ijcr