One of the most remarkable historical developments in modern Catholicism is the transformation of the church’s relationship with Judaism. Vatican II’s revolutionary declaration Nostra aetate is the Magna Carta of this change. And the leadership of the papacy, beginning with the initiatives of John XXIII and advancing...
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