Kasper Speaks at Yale

Walter Cardinal Kasper, President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, recently gave talks at Yale Divinity School and St. Thomas More Catholic Chapel at Yale, in which he talked about the recent developments in interfaith dialogue. He said that strong relationships among Catholic and Jewish leaders helped to alleviate some of the recent tension that had resulted from the lifting of dissident-bishop Richard Williamson’s excommunication. More here.

Michael O’Loughlin

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