Center for Jewish-Christian Studies & Relations, General Theological Sem., NY

Center for Jewish-Christian Studies and Relations
Center for Jewish-Christian StudiesWelcome to the Center for Jewish-Christian Studies and Relations at the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church. Because of its location in New York City, home to the largest Jewish population outside of Israel, the Center (CJCSR) offers a unique opportunity among the Episcopal seminaries in the United States, and indeed the world, for Jewish-Christian dialogue and education.

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Center for Study of Values & Violence after Auschwitz, Florida Atlantic Univ.

Center for Holocaust and Human Rights EducationThe mission of the Center for the Study of Values and Violence After Auschwitz at Florida Atlantic University is to stimulate dialogue that explores and defines issues of values and violence that influence contemporary society.  Emphasizing Inter-faith dialogue and applying the contemporary lessons and legacies of the Holocaust, the Center strives to articulate  ethical and moral guidelines that will strengthen leadership skills, facilitate communication among multi-ethnic cultures, and create greater harmony within our communities in the 21st century.

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Centre for Catholic-Jewish Learning, Kings University College, ON

 
Centre for Catholic-Jewish LearningIn the forty years since the Second Vatican Council (1962-65), the relationship between the Jewish people and the Catholic Church has undergone a profound reorientation and renewal. Centuries of hostility, misunderstanding and distance have gradually yielded to a more positive, more respectful and collaborative relationship, in which Catholics have been challenged to revise their thinking and acting with regard to their Jewish sisters and brothers, and vice-versa.

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Christian Jewish Dialogue of Toronto, Toronto, ON

CJD of TorontoThe CJDT works to promote, encourage and facilitate a better understanding between members of the Christian and Jewish communities, with the hope of eliminating the prejudice and bigotry which has marred Christian-Jewish relations for generations.

Christian-Jewish dialogue grew out of the Anglican Diocese of Toronto's desire to approach the Jewish people initiated by the Reverend Roland de Corneille in 1962. It was his desire to emphasize dialogue and eliminate proselytization in the relationship between Christians and Jews.

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