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Resources for Catholic-Jewish Dialogue

On this page, the Bishops' Conference Committee for Catholic-Jewish Relations has collected together a selection of resources to help facilitate dialogue and goodwill between Christians and Jews in our local communities.

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Holocaust Memorial Day

In 2000, a commitment was made in Stockholm by the Holocaust Taskforce to encourage remembrance of the Holocaust by holding an annual Holocaust Memorial Day. The UK, one of the 28 member countries of this taskforce, held its first national Holocaust Memorial Day in 2001. The date chosen was 27 January, the day in 1945 when the Auschwitz/Birkenau concentration camp was liberated.

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Resources

A variety of resources to help you engage in and understand more deeply the need for interreligious dialogue.

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Prayer

When Benedict XVI visited the United Kingdom in 2010, he spoke of the "spiritual riches" of other religions. Prayer can help explore and appreciate these riches in our tradition and those of others.

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11/06/2013 2:27 pm

Itinerary

The Cardinal will visit a number of religious places of worship, offer prayers for peace in their different traditions and encourage working together for the common good and for a more peaceful world. 

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11/06/2013 4:10 pm

Vatican Cardinal affirms good interreligious relations in England and Wales

Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, visited England from 12-16 June to affirm and strengthen the good interreligious relations in this country. 

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16/06/2013 10:50 am

Cardinal Tauran gives thanks for "educative and enriching" dialogue between religions

Cardinal Tauran's four-day visit to the UK concluded back in London with the celebration of Holy Mass in Westminster Cathedral. In his homily, the Cardinal described the dialogue between religions as "educative and enriching". 

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