Vineyard Workers’ Workshop
Living with Jews and Muslims
in America in a Post–Holocaust, Post 9/11 World
There are tensions in any interreligious situation to try to ignore various elephants in the room. For Catholics and other Christians living with Jews, old stereotypes and old prejudices on both sides die slowly, although many Catholic are aware that the Church’s official attitude towards Jews changed at Vatican II. Fewer Catholics are aware that the Church’s attitude towards Muslims also changed at
|Fr. Patrick Ryan, S.J.
Laurence J. McGinley
Professor of Religion and Society
Vatican II, and those changes may be difficult for some to understand in the wake of the past decade or more of Muslim-Christian tensions throughout the world.
Friday April 25th, 2014
1:30pm — 4:30pm
Cost to Attend: $100.00 per guest / $50.00 for GRE alumni and all Fordham faculty and staff/
Free for current GRE students
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