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DIALOGO Tettamanzi y la importancia de la visita a la Sinagoga

tettamanziPagine Ebraiche staff

Era un amigo del pueblo judío, una persona con la mente abierta y con la que era posible mantener un diálogo franco, tenía una profunda sensibilidad religiosa. Algunas voces del judaísmo italiano han querido recordar así en …

European Day of Jewish Culture – Between Identity and Dialogue

noemi di segniBy Noemi Di Segni*

This year’s European Day of Jewish Culture will involve as many as eighty-one localities from the north to the south of Italy, featuring hundreds of cultural initiatives. This increasingly-successful event, established eighteen years ago, is promoted …

NEWS In Milan, Fostering Religious Pluralism in Prison

san vittoreBy Daniel Reichel
Fighting intolerance and religious radicalism in prison: this is the main goal of the project “Understanding and Managing Religious Pluralism in Lombardy Prisons.”
 The Milan Jewish Community has been involved in this project since last year.
The …

NEWS In Milan, a Hotline for People in Need Started by Chabad

beteavonBy Daniel Reichel

‘Shemà’ (‘Hear’), is the name of the new project created by the Italian section of the Merkos l’Inyonei Chinuch, the educational branch of the Chabad-Lubavitch: a support service dedicated to all the people in need.

Connected to …

NEWS Milan Archbishop Visits the Synagogue

scola synagogue milanBy Daniel Reichel
The Archbishop of Milan Angelo Scola visited the Central Synagogue of Milan for the first time last week.
The need for a dialogue between religions that can really guarantee social harmony and represent a bulwark against radicalism, …

NEWS “Jewish-Catholic Dialogue Is at Good-Point”

hofmannBy Pagine Ebraiche staff
The interfaith dialogue between Jews and the Catholic Church is “at a very good point”. Explaining it to Pagine Ebraiche is Father Norbert Hofmann, secretary of the Holy See’s Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews. …

VENICE AND THE GHETTO A Cosmopolitan Community

veniceBy Rachael Kohn*

The world’s first ghetto was nothing like the racial enclaves and impoverished neighbourhoods that the use of the term conjures up today.

Nor was it a voluntary refuge where immigrants clustered, preferring their own company to that …