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Written on 10/12/2015 by Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews
the-gifts-and-calling-of-god-are-irrevocableFifty years ago, the declaration "Nostra aetate" of the Second Vatican Council was promulgated, presenting the relationship between the Catholic Church and the Jewish people in a new theological framework. The following reflections aim at looking back...
Written on 18/11/2015 by Catholics for Israel
christianity-and-islam-doctrines-and-beliefs-comparedAlthough Islam and Christianity seem to have certain points of doctrine in common, there is an enormous difference between them, not only in beliefs about salvation and Christ but in many other areas affecting daily life, human behavior and...

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