David Meyer is a French and Israeli rabbi and is currently a professor of classical rabbinic literature and contemporary Jewish thought at the Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies of the Gregorian Pontifical University in Rome. He has published numerous books in French and English on rabbinic and interreligious topics.
A rabbi’s call for Pope Francis and Catholics to respond to ‘existential threat’ facing Jewish people
The Second Vatican Council helped establish a bond of friendship between Catholics and Jews. What is the state of that unity after the Oct. 7 terrorist massacre?