Commonweal devotes the first issue of each new year to a discussion of ecumenical or interreligious questions. This year we feature the contributions of two distinguished Jewish scholars, Michael Marrus and Eugene Borowitz.
Both men have long been interested in and frequent contributors to the Catholic-Jewish dialogue. Marrus’s field of expertise is the Holocaust, and his essay (“The Missing,” page 11) describes the complications...
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