Meeting Program

Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations of Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia

Meeting Held Concurrently with the International Council of Christians and Jews

Sunday, July 10 - Wednesday, July 13, 2016

ICCJ 2016 CCJR web  

The Dynamics of Religious Pluralism in a Changing World

The Philadelphia, United States, and International Contexts

 

 

As its national member organization in the United States, the CCJR meeting will host and occur in conjunction with the annual conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews from Sunday, July 10 - Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia. All members are encouraged to take advantage of this unique opportunity to interact with Jews, Christians, and Muslims from many countries who are dedicated to interreligious understanding.

These dates are earlier than our usual late October-early November schedule, so please mark your calendars and register as soon as possible.

Unlike previous years, registration for the CCJR/ICCJ meeting will take place at the ICCJ website at www.iccj.org. The conference hotel will be the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue (4200 City Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131), less than a mile from the SJU campus, whose reservations page with a special rate is linked from the ICCJ site.

Conference Schedule

Click HERE to download the detailed conference schedule.

 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS JUNE 6, 2016!

To register for the upcoming CCJR/ICCJ meeting, go to:

THE ICCJ WEBSITE

 

The ICCJ serves as the umbrella organization of forty national Jewish-Christian dialogue organisations in over thirty nations around the world.  Through its annual conferences and other consultations the ICCJ offers a platform where people of different religious backgrounds examine current issues across national and religious boundaries, enabling face-to-face exchanges of experience and expertise. The international headquarters of the ICCJ are located in Heppenheim, Germany in the house where the great Jewish thinker Martin Buber lived until Nazi persecution forced him to flee.

The CCJR is an association of nearly forty centers and institutes in the United States and Canada devoted to enhancing mutual understanding between Jews and Christians. It is the ICCJ's national member organization for the United States. The CCJR publishes Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations in collaboration with Boston College’s Center for Christian-Jewish Learning. The Council also maintains Dialogika, an English language supersite for resources and research in Christian-Jewish relations in partnership with the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations of Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.