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Parolin: Interreligious Dialogue “Necessary” to Combat “Anti-Semitism”

Vatican Secretary of State Pietro Parolin, concluded a virtual November 19 symposium hosted by the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See, strangely dedicated to “Confronting the Global Rise of Anti-Semitism” although presently Anti-Catholicism in media and politics are rampant and real.

The event was hosted by Callista Gingrich, the US Ambassador to the Holy See who called Francis a “significant ally in the fight against anti-semitism and holocaust denial.”

Parolin insisted that interreligious dialogue is “indispensable” to combat “anti-semitism.”

However, “anti-semitism” is not a religious phenomenon and the Vatican’s “interreligious dialogue” involves only Jewish fringe groups.

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Dr Bobus
It's just gas. He's had bad publicity over Becciu and the renewed China deal, and so he's trying to improve his reputation.
Jeffrey Ade
Too bad they can't find the third secret of Fatima?
Ivan Tomas
So you see again who are the puppets and who are those playing them with their diabolical strings.
De Profundis
In an address on anti-Semitism, Cardinal Parolin cited a 1916 letter that “only recently has been found” in Secretariat of State archives.

“On Feb. 9, 1916, my predecessor, Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Gasparri, wrote a letter to the American Jewish Committee of New York, where he states: ‘The Supreme Pontiff […], head of the Catholic Church, which -- faithful to its divine doctrine and …More
In an address on anti-Semitism, Cardinal Parolin cited a 1916 letter that “only recently has been found” in Secretariat of State archives.

“On Feb. 9, 1916, my predecessor, Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Gasparri, wrote a letter to the American Jewish Committee of New York, where he states: ‘The Supreme Pontiff […], head of the Catholic Church, which -- faithful to its divine doctrine and to its most glorious traditions -- considers all men as brethren and teaches to love one another, he will not cease to inculcate the observance among individuals, as among nations, of the principles of natural right, and to reprove any violation of them. This right should be observed and respected in relation to the children of Israel as it should be as for all men, for it would not conform to justice and to religion itself to derogate there from solely because of a difference of religious faith.’”
V.R.S.
A true disciple of Rampolla del Tindaro.