Benedict XVI’s new essay.
Jews know what those who mean harm can do with sensitive information.
This question, and the tensions generated by it, underlie any discussion of Jewish–Christian relations.
In the debate over the place of Christianity vis-à-vis secular liberal culture, let the Church speak for itself.
For traditional Jews and Catholics alike, liberalism has presented parallel but different dangers; so has anti-liberalism.
In play again are bitterly contested questions about the Catholic Church, about religion and politics, and—inevitably—about Christianity’s relation to Judaism and the Jews.
How not to have a conversation between faiths.
And why Catholics should condemn it.
The Mortara affair revisited.
And remarkable improvements in Jewish-Catholic relations.
Books were burned, but Judaism went unextinguished.
Making common cause.
Too many authoritative Christian voices have greeted anti-Jewish rhetoric with silence, excuses, or applause.
Jacques Maritain and the Jews.