Walter Cardinal Kasper

kasper3When on May 3, 2001 Pope John Paul II appointed Cardinal Walter Kasper as president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity — which includes the Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, he had selected a noted theologian and professor. The author of the highly regarded book, Jesus the Christ and former professor of dogmatic theology at the University of Tubingen, Cardinal Kasper brought his theological skills to the work of the Commission, as is evident in the important essays and addresses on Christian-Jewish Relations that are gathered below. He retired as President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity in 2010.

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2 Recent Developments in Jewish–Christian Relations May-24-2010
3 Awarding of AJC's Isaiah Interreligious Award April-30-2010
4 There is no alternative to dialogue among Christians and Jews May-27-2009
5 Striving for Mutual Respect in Modes of Prayer April-16-2008
6 Welcome to the Vatican's Commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of Nostra Aetate October-27-2005
7 "The Relationship of the Old and the New Covenant as One of the Central Issues in Jewish-Christian Dialogue" December-06-2004
8 Antisemitism: A Wound to be Healed September-05-2003
9 The Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews: A Crucial Endeavour of the Catholic Church November-06-2002
10 Address on the 37th Anniversary of Nostra Aetate October-28-2002
11 Achievements and Further Challenges in the Jewish-Christian Dialogue October-17-2002
12 The Theology of the Covenant as Central Issue in the Jewish-Christian Dialogue December-04-2001
13 The Jewish-Christian Dialogue: Foundations, Progress, Difficulties and Perspectives November-21-2001
14 Spiritual and Ethical Commitment in Jewish-Christian Dialogue July-12-2001
15 Dominus Iesus May-01-2001
16 Welcoming Address to the 2001 ILC Meeting May-01-2001
17 The Unicity and Universality of Jesus Christ October-17-2000