This year’s conference, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s declaration “Nostra Aetate,” will be held from Sunday, 28th June until Wednesday, 1st July at a conference hotel overlooking the Vatican and St. Peter’s Basilica. Guest speakers include a wide range of Jewish and Christian scholars and religious leaders, who will help us to reflect on the conference theme: “The 50th Anniversary of Nostra Aetate: The Past, Present, and Future of the Christian-Jewish Relationship”.
Held in collaboration with the Amicizia Ebraico-Cristiana di Roma the 2015 gathering is also being actively supported by the Pontifical Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and an impressive cross-section of local, national and international Jewish and Christian bodies.
The 2015 Rome Conference Planning Committee is composed of representatives of the organizations co-hosting this conference:
Philip A. Cunningham
(AEC Roma President)
Anette Adelmann (ICCJ General Secretary)
Massimo De Angelis (AEC Roma Committee of Experts)
Celia Deutsch (Sisters of Sion)
Miriam Girardi (Focolari Movement)
Giovanna Grenga (AEC Roma Executive Board)
Norbert Hofmann (Vatican)
Ivete Holthman (Sisters of Sion)
Don Filippo Morlacchi (Vicariato di Roma)
Eric Noffke (AEC Roma Executive Board)
Maria Pinto (Incontri Romani)
Joseph Sievers (AEC Roma Committee of Experts)
Deborah Weissman (ICCJ Immediate Past President)
Because also this year’s conference is expected to attract a large number of registrants, we strongly encourage you to plan now to attend, and to register as soon as possible.
Further programme details and registration instructions are available on the ICCJ Web site (www.iccj.org) and any additional questions may be sent to: email@example.com.
ICCJ and the Amicizia Ebraico-Cristiana di Roma look forward to meeting you in Rome!
on the left: Chairs of the Planning Committee Philip A. Cunningham (left) and Marco Morselli (right), February 2014 in Rome;
on the right: Some members of the local Roman Planning Committee during one of their meetings, November 2014)