Nostra Aetate Jubilee - GABULL
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory and Rabbi James Rudin, senior advisor for interreligious affairs for the American Jewish Committee, hosted the celebration of 50 years of dialogue, friendship and reparation in Jewish-Catholic relations with an evening of art, music and faith on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at the Ferst Center at Georgia Tech. The jubilee celebration culminates a year of activities marking the 50th anniversary of ÒNostra Aetate,Ó the document of the Second Vatican Council, which for the first time in history called for Jewish-Catholic dialogue and affirmed respect for non-Christian world religions. Archbishop Gregory said the arts evening, Òbrings together expressions of our artistic treasures from both of our communities that we will share with each other to highlight the impact of ÔNostra AetateÕ and the importance of the ongoing friendship between the Jewish and Catholic community in the Atlanta area.Ó (Photo by Thomas Spink)

Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory and Rabbi James Rudin, senior advisor for interreligious affairs for the American Jewish Committee, hosted the celebration of 50 years of dialogue, friendship and reparation in Jewish-Catholic relations with an evening of art, music and faith on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at the Ferst Center at Georgia Tech. The jubilee celebration culminates a year of activities marking the 50th anniversary of ÒNostra Aetate,Ó the document of the Second Vatican Council, which for the first time in history called for Jewish-Catholic dialogue and affirmed respect for non-Christian world religions. Archbishop Gregory said the arts evening, Òbrings together expressions of our artistic treasures from both of our communities that we will share with each other to highlight the impact of ÔNostra AetateÕ and the importance of the ongoing friendship between the Jewish and Catholic community in the Atlanta area.Ó (Photo by Thomas Spink)

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