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The Holocaust and Nostra Aetate : toward a greater understanding / Carol Rittner, editor ; Tara Ronda, managing editor.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.33 .S486 2015

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    This work "focuses on the Holocaust, on Nazi Germany's effort to annihilate the Jews of Europe. It also focuses on Jews and Judaism and on Nostra Aeta, the 1965 document issued by the Roman Catholic Church at the end of Vatican II."--Page 2, introduction. "Nostra Aetate signaled the beginning of the Roman Catholic Church's modern dialogue with Jews and Judaism, as well as decades of soul-searching to understand how and why Christian Europe largely stood by while six million Jews were systematically slaughtered in Nazi occupied Europe."--Back cover.
    Variant Title
    Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference proceedings
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference (2015 : Seton Hill University)
    Published
    Greensburg, Pa. : National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education, Seton Hill University, ©2017
    Contents
    Part 1. Introduction / Carol Rittner
    Teaching for the future : Nostra aetate and the Holocaust / Elena G. Procario-Foley.
    Part 2. The Holocaust: The Holocaust by bullets / Patrick Desbois
    Wartime rape : understanding women's experiences during the Holocaust / Alysa Landry
    The new normal
    a street boy / George D. Schwab
    Injustice illuminated : the Holocaust art of Arthur Szyk / Irvin Ungar
    When theology and racism mix : Catholicism, antisemitism, and national socialism / Kevin P. Spicer.
    Part 3. Nostra Aetate: The unfinished reforms of Nostra Aetate : five areas for further consideration / Dennis McManus
    Nostra Aetate and the failures of ethics / John K. Roth
    Fifty years of Catholic-Jewish relations : the continuing challenges / John T. Pawlikowski
    Teaching, preaching, and witnessing : three women who made a difference / Carol Rittner
    Whither Christian-Jewish relations in the 21st century? / Steven Leonard Jacobs
    Dare we hope? / Mary C. Boys.
    Part 4. Beyond the Holocaust & Nostra Aetate: The authority of those who suffer / Mary Jo Leddy
    Reconciliation : a commitment to unsettling empathy / Björn Krondorfer.
    Part 5. Afterwords: Ethel LeFrak / Gemma Del Duca.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Rittner, Carol, 1943-
    Ronda, Tara.
    National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education.
    Seton Hill University.
    Notes
    Each essay includes questions for discussion, video and film resources, and readings for further study.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Part 1. Introduction / Carol Rittner -- Teaching for the future : Nostra aetate and the Holocaust / Elena G. Procario-Foley. -- Part 2. The Holocaust: The Holocaust by bullets / Patrick Desbois -- Wartime rape : understanding women's experiences during the Holocaust / Alysa Landry -- The new normal-- a street boy / George D. Schwab -- Injustice illuminated : the Holocaust art of Arthur Szyk / Irvin Ungar -- When theology and racism mix : Catholicism, antisemitism, and national socialism / Kevin P. Spicer. -- Part 3. Nostra Aetate: The unfinished reforms of Nostra Aetate : five areas for further consideration / Dennis McManus -- Nostra Aetate and the failures of ethics / John K. Roth -- Fifty years of Catholic-Jewish relations : the continuing challenges / John T. Pawlikowski -- Teaching, preaching, and witnessing : three women who made a difference / Carol Rittner -- Whither Christian-Jewish relations in the 21st century? / Steven Leonard Jacobs -- Dare we hope? / Mary C. Boys. -- Part 4. Beyond the Holocaust & Nostra Aetate: The authority of those who suffer / Mary Jo Leddy -- Reconciliation : a commitment to unsettling empathy / Björn Krondorfer. -- Part 5. Afterwords: Ethel LeFrak / Gemma Del Duca.

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    English
    ISBN
    9780983057123
    0983057125
    Physical Description
    239 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm

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