(RNS) — For the past three decades, the most heinous anti-Jewish excesses of the world's most famous Passion play have been slowly eliminated, but more work needs to be done.
(RNS) — As Catholics in Rome reached out to Jews, Louis Farrakhan took the pulpit of a Catholic Church in Chicago.
DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) On a visit to Duke University, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks talks about how the West has forgotten what religious revolution looks like and why friendship among people of different faiths counts more than interfaith agreement.
(RNS) How two giants in the struggle against anti-Judaism would react to increasing hostility toward Jews and Israel.
(RNS) From escalating anti-Semitic attacks in Europe to modest gains for religious equality among Israel's Jewish women, here's a list of newsy Jewish developments in 2015.
Catholics will no longer try to convert Jews. Guess who isn't happy about that?
(RNS) The Vatican's new document on Jewish-Christian relations harks back to one published 50 years ago, which set the stage for increasingly warmer relations between the church and the Jewish people.
ROME (RNS) Marking the 50th anniversary of the declaration, 150 Jewish leaders gathered in Rome and on Wednesday took part in a papal audience.
(RNS) Today some historians and religious leaders believe Nostra Aetate did not go far enough. I see Nostra Aetate differently.
(RNS) If one religion can go from seeing another as contemptible and condemnable, to one that is respected and beloved, it can surely serve as a model for humanity at large.
(RNS) Religion News Service asked experts, biographers and theologians to assess the two popes who will be canonized on Sunday.
(RNS) The head of a schismatic traditionalists recently labeled Jews ``enemies of the Church.'' And while that statement could have sparked an interfaith crisis, it's instead motivated Catholic leaders to directly repudiate him with strongly worded pledges of friendship with Jews.
(RNS) In the 50 years since the Second Vatican Council, much has been accomplished in building a new relationship between Catholics and Jews. What Pope John XXIII began in 1962 represented the beginning of the end of anti-Judaism and anti-Semitism within the Catholic Church. By A. James Rudin.