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Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies

Director Fr. Philipp G. Renczes, SJ

The Centre

Rabbi David Meyer
From left to right: Prof. Yair Zakovitch, Fr. Philipp G. Renczes, sj and Dr. Maddalena Schiavo
From left to right: Prof. Yair Zakovitch, Fr. Marc Rotsaert, sj and Fr. Philipp G. Renczes, sj
The Chief Rabbi of Rome, Dr. Riccardo Di Segni and Fr. Philipp G. Renczes, sj
Rabbi Yuval Cherlow
Prof. Daniel Boyarin and Fr. Philipp G. Renczes, sj
From left to right: Rabbi Roberto Della Rocca, Rabbi Benedetto Carucci Viterbi and Fr. Philipp G. Renczes, sj
Prof. Anna Foa
Mr. Hubert and Mrs. Aldegonde Brenninkmeijer-Werhahn and Dr. Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony
H.Em. Kurt Cardinal Koch and Rabbi Dr. Abraham Skorka

The Cardinal Bea Centre of the Gregorian University - taking its name and inspiration from the far-seeing vision of the Jesuit Augustin Bea, the principal architect of the very declaration Nostra Aetate - is dedicated to the promotion of a theological knowledge and understanding of Judaism - from both a Jewish and a Christian perspective - as well as the teaching, research and academic exchanges between Christians and Jews, in order to foster a mutually enriching relationship.

Notice Board of the Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies

 

National Office for Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue of the Bishops' Conference of Italy and Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies

Concert of Musical Interpretations of Psalms in the Jewish and the Christian Tradition

"Sing to the Lord a New Song" (Ps 96)

Thursday, 19 January, 2017 - 8:30pm

Auditorium of the Augustinian Patristic Institute

 

 

16th Annual Brenninkmeijer-Werhahn Lecture

“Daniel’s Throne” and its Earliest Jewish and Christian Readings

Prof. Michael Segal, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Wednesday, 9 november, 2016

Watch the recorded Lecture by clicking on the title above.

 

 

Pope Francis at the Synagogue of Rome, Sunday, January 17, 2016:

“In fact, the theological dimension of Jewish-Catholic dialogue deserves to be more thorough, and I wish to encourage all those involved in this dialogue to continue in this direction, with discernment and perseverance. From a theological point of view, it is clear there is an inseparable bond between Christians and Jews.”

TO VIEW OUR LECTURES ONLINE

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Characteristics and goals of the Centre:

 proposes courses and seminars on a deeper study of Judaism and Jewish-Christian relations to train specialists of Jewish studies as well as students who desire to deepen their knowledge of Judaism coming from various faculties and institutions of the Gregorian University, e. g. the Faculty of Theology and the Faculty of Philosophy.

 contributes to the research on Jewish Studies, in particular to the development of a Christian theology of not only the “Old Testament”, but of Judaism and the Jewish people, using the resources of the Pontifical Gregorian University and the Pontifical Biblical Institute.
In particular, thanks to the SIDIC Collection (Service International de Documentation Judéo-Chrétienne, founded in 1965 and donated to the Gregorian University by the Sisters of Sion in 2002), the Library of the Gregorian today has at its disposal a heritage in the field of Jewish-Christian relations which is considered one of the most important in the world.

 engages in international academic exchanges of professors and students with institutions in various countries, in particular with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and other institutions of higher learning in Israel, in the United States and Europe.

 organizes lectures and conferences, meetings with the Jewish Community in Rome and Italy, international events for specialists, students and the wider public in order to foster the growth of knowledge concerning Judaism and Jewish-Christian relations, help overcome prejudices and constitute a platform for dialogue and interaction.

2-year Postgraduate Diploma and 1-year Diploma

Students enrolled in the Centre as studenti ordinari (fully registered) can earn a 2-year Postgraduate Diploma (120 ECTS) and a 1-year Diploma (60 ECTS).