Striving for a new theology to account for restored Jewish sovereignty, a Catholic priest ended by condemning Israel as fervently as he had admired it.
The Vatican’s refusal to grant a church funeral to Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke is emblematic of its growing rapprochement with Jews and with. . .
A recent study of the transformation in Catholic doctrine on the Jews reveals how the movement for change began before the Holocaust.
Pace Joseph Bottum, the threat of cultural isolation is not a good enough reason for conservative religions to abandon their opposition to gay marriage.
Why does Nahmanides, medieval champion of Judaism against the Catholic Church, say that the Babylonian exile annulled the covenant?
Two new biographies of Pius XII suggest that, although he was no Nazi sympathizer, his diplomatic accommodations suited Hitler’s long-term purposes, including toward the Jews.