Friday, 25 April 2014

Former Popes Who Revolutionized Catholic-Jewish Relations Soon to be Made Saints

FSWC Reports:

From Reuters:

The late Popes John XXIII and John Paul II, who will be made saints on Sunday, did so much to end two millennia of Catholic anti-Semitism that a Jewish human rights group calls them "heroes to the Jewish people".
Both pontiffs marked the world's largest church in such varied ways that most Roman Catholics would probably list their pioneering respect for Jews, whom John Paul called "our beloved elder brothers" in faith, behind their other achievements.

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