Written on 04/12/2007 by David G. Dalin
john-paul-ii-and-the-jewsMore than any other pope, John Paul II was the twentieth century’s greatest papal friend and supporter of the Jewish people. Indeed, John Paul II’s extraordinary relationship with the Jews was an important chapter in the historic legacy of his...
Written on 16/11/1980 by Pope John Paul II
john-paul-ii-address-to-west-german-jewish-community-reps"Whoever meets Jesus Christ, meets Judaism." I would like to make these words mine, too. The faith of the Jesus Christ, the son of David and the son of Abraham contains "the total heritage of Israel for the Church"...

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