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We've been fostering a positive understanding of Judaism and the Jewish people and promoting mutual Jewish-Christian understanding through scholarly research and publications since our inception. Learn more »
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We founded the first and only Graduate Program in Jewish-Christian Studies in the U.S., which continues to serve as a model for eliminating prejudice through understanding. Learn more »
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Our programs inform scholars and theologians and instruct educators, students and the general public about various facets of Jewish-Christian studies and relations. Learn more »
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Adjunct Professor of Catholic Studies Monika Rice will host a book talk and signing event honoring Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Rev. Peter Pettit delivers Oesterreicher Memorial Lecture on interfaith dialogue and 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Father Lawrence E. Frizzell will be honored for a lifetime of work and scholarship at the 24th annual Evening of Roses.