Catholic Church and Judaism: Promising fruits

Benedict XVI., Pope | 30.09.2011

Speech of Pope Benedict XVI. at the meeting with representatives of the Jewish Community in Germany, Berlin September 22, 2011 … [more]

Meeting with Religious Leaders at St. Mary's University College in Twickenham

Pope Benedict XIV. | 30.09.2010

Distinguished guests, dear friends,I am very pleased to have this opportunity to meet you, the representatives of the various religious communities in Great Britain. I greet both the ministers of religion present and those of you who are active in politics, business and industry. I am grateful to Dr Azzam and to Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks for the greetings which they have expressed on your behalf. As I salute you, let me also wish the Jewish community in Britain and throughout the world a happy and holy celebration of Yom Kippur. … [more]

A Note On Ambiguities Contained In Reflections On Covenant And Mission

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops | 05.09.2009

Statement by the Committee on Doctrine and Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, issued June 18, 2009. … [more]

Jews and Christians in Germany: Responsibility in Today's Pluralistic Society

Central Committee of German Catholics | 31.10.2005

English translation of a statement issued March 16, 2005, by the Discussion Group 'Jews and Christians' of the Central Committee of German Catholics. … [more]

Nostra Aetate (revised translation)

Vatican II | 30.09.2005

The 'Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions' issued by the Second Vatican Council in October, 1965.  Section 4 deals with Christian-Jewish relations.  A revised translation in inclusive language. … [more]

Address of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI on the Occasion of His Visit to the Synagogue of Cologne, August 19, 2005

Benedict XVI | 20.08.2005


The Jewish People and their Sacred Scriptures in the Christian Bible

Pontifical Biblical Commission | 01.07.2003

That an intimate relationship exists between them is undeniable. A closer examination, however, reveals that this is not a straightforward relationship, but a very complex one that ranges from perfect accord on some points to one of great tension on others. A careful study is therefore necessary. The Biblical Commission has devoted the past few years to this study. The results, which make no claim of being exhaustive, are presented here in three chapters. … [more]

Communiqué - Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews

Kasper, Walter | 31.08.2001

Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity: Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews. Cardinal Walter Kasper, President of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, comments on the controversy about the work of the International Catholic-Jewish Historical Commission, which was charged with studying the role of the Vatican during the Second World War, especially as concerns the Holocaust. … [more]

Jubilee: Renewing Our Common Bonds with the Jewish Community

Permanent Council of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops | 12.10.2000

Episcopal Commission for Ecumenism. Released October 13, 2000 … [more]

Universal Prayer: Confession of Sins and Asking for Forgiveness

Pope John Paul II and Cardinals | 11.03.2000

March 12, 2000 … [more]