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Judaism and Racial Justice – Providence College Jewish-Catholic Exchange seminar

Another in a series of the Jewish-Catholic Theological Exchange at Providence College, this online only ZOOM event will be held on Tuesday, November 16th at 6pm.

Featuring Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, Rabbinic Scholar and Public Affairs Advisor with the Jewish Federations of North America, the seminar will discuss Faith, Justice and American Love: Reflecting on Judaism and Racial Justice

Registration is necessary – you will receive a link back. To register, go to:

The event is part of a series organized by Dr. Arthur P. Urbano, Professor, Theology Department & Chair, Jewish-Catholic Theological Exchange Committee / Vice President, International Catacomb Society, Providence College.

About the Jewish-Catholic Theological Exchange at Providence College

Our Mission

​Since its founding in 1917, Providence College has actively promoted Catholic and Jewish engagement. Building on this history, the Jewish-Catholic Theological Exchange (JCTE) commi​ttee w​as establ​ished by the Theology Department in 2007 and has ​continued to extend opportunities for Jews and Christians to pursue “mutual understanding and respect which is the fruit, above all, of biblical and theological studies, as​ well as of fraternal dialogues” (Nostra Aetate 4). 

Reflecting on the common spiritual heritage as well as the unique identities of Jews and Christians, our mission is to foster interreligious learning, understanding, and friendship. The JCTE hosts major lectur​es, colloquia, and other initiatives on the Provide​nce College campus.

These events provide a welcoming forum where members of the college join the broader Rhode Island community, to engage with local relig​ious leaders and nationally recognized experts to discuss themes of mutual theological interest. In continuity with Providence College’s long-standing tradition, the JCTE promotes interreligious understanding and dialogue in the spirit of the Second Vatican Council’s Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions (Nostra Aetate)

For more information contact, or (401) 865-2274

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