4 edition of Examining Nostra Aetate after 40 years found in the catalog.
Examining Nostra Aetate after 40 years
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Anthony J. Cernera.|
|Contributions||Cernera, Anthony J., 1950-|
|LC Classifications||BM535 .E936 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007026523|
I t was, on the face of it, a minor theological gesture, yet it brought about one of the greatest revolutions in religious history. Nostra Aetate, the Catholic Church’s statement of relationships with non-Christian faiths, declared that “the Jews should not be spoken of as rejected or accursed as if this followed from Holy Scripture.”Today as a result, Jews and Catholics meet not as. Cernera, A. J. (). The Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding of Sacred Heart University: An example of fostering dialogue and understanding. In A. J. Cernera (Ed.). Examining Nostra Aetate after 40 years: Catholic-Jewish relations in our time. Fairfield CT: Sacred Heart University : Anthony J. Cernera.
Book Title: Interreligious Friendship after Nostra Aetate Editors: J. Fredericks and T. Tiemeier Series Title: Interreligious Studies in Theory and Practice Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan US, “ the Jew prayed words of blessing over his Roman Catholic friend. Willebrands could not find words to say to Tanenbaum at that moment. North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University .
Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Anthony J. Examining Nostra Aetate After 40 Years: Catholic. The significance of Nostra aetate as a new starting point in the Church's relations with Judaism, in light of the foregoing, can be appreciated from the vantage point of the passage of forty years. The U.S. Congress passed a resolution acknowledging Nostra aetate at forty,  and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. also noted this anniversary.
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More than 40 years later, editor Anthony J. Cernera, Ph.D., former president of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, presents a volume of essays describing the past, present and future of the Nostra Aetate by: 2.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Nostra Aetate revisited / Edward Idris Cardinal Cassidy --The teaching of the Second Vatican Council on Jews and Judaism --Lawrence E. Frizzell --A bridge to new Christian-Jewish understanding: Nostra Aetate at 40 / John T.
Pawlikowski --Progress in Jewish-Christian dialogue / Mordecai. Nostra Aetate's publication forty years ago this autumn merits broad celebration. As many historians and theologians have noted in the build up to this commemoration, the document initiated a remarkable era in reconciliation, not only between the Vatican and the Jews, but also across the Jewish-Christian divide.
Examining Nostra Aetate After 40 Years: Catholic-Jewish Relations in Our Time () Lawrence E. Frizzell This article examines the teaching of the Second Vatican Council on Jews and copyright is held by Sacred Heart.
The release of the study document Reflections on Covenant and Mission from an ongoing consultation between the National Council of Synagogues in the USA and the US Catholic Bishops' Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs on 12 August(1) caused a firestorm in sectors of the Catholic Church with Cardinal Avery Dulles taking a lead in attacking the document.
Cernera has edited seven books and numerous articles including “Examining Nostra Aetate After 40 Years” and written extensively on interreligious understanding, systematic theology, and higher education.
During the last year he has lectured at 12 universities in 11 countries. CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS “The Teaching of the Second Vatican Council on Jews and Judaism.” In Examining Nostra Aetate After 40 Years: Catholic-Jewish Relations in Our Time, edited by Anthony J.
Cernera, Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press, Contributions to Books “The Teaching of the Second Vatican Council on Jews and Judaism.” In Examining Nostra Aetate After 40 Years: Catholic-Jewish Relations in Our Time, edited by Anthony J.
Cernera, Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press, A lever that moved the world: Catholic-Jewish relations 50 years after 'Nostra Aetate' Editors' Note: On Tuesday, Jan.
12, Rabbi Daniel Polish delivered t his year. The fact that Nostra Aetate is a revolutionary text out of step with years of Catholic teaching is celebrated, as already noted, by Cardinal Koch himself.
He calls the teaching of Nostra Aetate, the “crucial compass” that effected “a fundamental re-orientation of the Catholic Church” after. On 30th October - 1st Novemberfor the 40th Anniversary of the Declaration Nostra Aetate, proclaimed by Pope Paul VI at the Council Vatican II on 28 October The last 40 years have seen two efforts flowing from Nostra Aetate.
The first has been the task of confronting what Catholics, lay and clergy, did or did not do during the Holocaust. Nostra Aetate after 40 Years: A Decisive Change Michael A. Signer Department of Theology University of Notre Dame Introduction One of the easiest ways to assess the difference in relations between Christians and Jews in the forty years since is to examine a library catalogue.
The number of books devoted to the. Nostra Aetate is the shortest of the sixteen documents promulgated by the Second Vatican Council. It is just five sections long.
But the impact of those five paragraphs over the last five decades has been extraordinary. Fifty years after the promulgation of Nostra Aetate we must continue to examine closely the Church's relationship to other faiths.5/5(1). Before tackling the subject of the present situation of Christian-Muslim dialogue 40 years after the publication of Nostra Aetate, the Second Vatican Council's Declaration on relations between the Catholic Church and other religions, some important observations need to be made.
The late Pope John Paul II described the Declaration “ Nostra Aetate ” that emanated from the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council as “an expression of Faith” and “an inspiration of the Holy Spirit, as a word of Divine Wisdom”. Nostra Aetate: The Catholic Church’s Journey into Dialogue Patrick McInerney* The Declaration Nostra Aetate (NA) is Vatican II’s ground-breaking document on the Catholic Church’s relation with people of other religions.1 The two previous Popes have called it ‘the Magna Carta’ of the Church’s new direction inFile Size: KB.
Lawrence E. Frizzell, "The Teaching of the Second Vatican Council on Jews and Judaism.". In Examining Nostra Aetate After 40 Years: Catholic-Jewish Relations in Our Time, edited by Anthony J. Cernera, Nostra Aetate: A Catholic Act of Metanoia," in Anthony Cernera, ed., Examining Nostra Aetate After 40 Years: Catholic-Jewish Relations in Our Time (Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press, ).
A brief history of the impact of "Nostra aetate" (No.4) over the last 50 years 1. "Nostra aetate" (No.4) is rightly counted among those documents of the Second Vatican Council which have been able to effect, in a particularly striking manner, a new direction of the Catholic Church since then.
Examining Nostra Aetate After 40 Years: Catholic-Jewish Relations in Our Time, ed. Anthony Cernera. Jews and Christians in Conversation: Crossing Cultures and Generations, ed.
Edward Kessler, Judith Banki and John T. Pawlikowski. The Battle for Auschwitz: Catholic. For most readers 40 years later, Nostra Aetate stands by itself. It is an end product stripped of any references to the unpredictable and threatened journey that began in.
Nostra Aetate’s Impact, 50 Years On. As the first pope to enter the priesthood after Nostra Aetate’s promulgation, Francis applied the document’s teachings in his exemplary relations.