• Spiritual and Theological Reflections on Life with the Coronavirus

      It will surprise no one that ICCJ’s Theology Committee, being an international grouping, tends to meet virtually. At one level, then, the turmoil of all our human responses to the arrival of the Coronavirus might – with a large dose of good fortune - have had little impact upon our specific common work.

    • Creativity Contest

      The association "Friends and Sponsors of the Martin-Buber-House" announces a creativity contest on the topic "Christian-Jewish Dialogue - Why? What For?" open to young people from all over the world.

    • ICCJ Message

      The ICCJ Executive Board issues a reflection entitled "Pondering the Possible Interreligious Consequences of the Proposed Israeli Annexation of Parts of the West Bank and Jordan Valley"

    • Cardinal Odilo P. Scherer Honored

      ICCJ's Brazilian member organization, the Conselho de Fraternidade Cristão-Judaica, presented Cardinal Scherer with an award [English and Spanish]

    • Webinar: Digital Interreligious Dialogue?

      On June 28, 6 p.m. UTC the ICCJ is going to hold a webinar that will explore the possibilities and pitfalls of online interreligious dialogue. Registration for participants is open!

    • Remembering Martin Buber

      HEPPENHEIM. Saturday, 13 June 2020 is the 55th anniversary of the death of Martin Buber (1878-1965), which the ICCJ commemorates today.

    • CCJR Statement: A Message of Faith and Hope

      In light of the overwhelming pain at the murder of George Floyd ICCJ's member organization in the United States, the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations (CCJR), published a statement that the ICCJ disseminates with heartfelt sympathy.

    • June edition online

      New articles are available on June contributions in English, German, French, Spanish, and Russian are online.

    • May edition online

      New articles are available on May contributions in English, German, French, and Spanish are online.

    • ICCJ President's Greetings for Pesach and Easter

      History repeats itself. Stories are heard over and over again. Readings in synagogues and churches are the same year after year. So what is the news and is there any good news?

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