"A study of Catholic perceptions of Jews, Judaism, and Israel, offering an exploration of biographical narratives and reflections on Holocaust trauma, conversion, Zionism, and religious identity"-- Provided by publisher.
Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 THE JEWISH PEOPLE THROUGH A CHRISTIAN LENS 1. Behind the Monastery Walls 2. A new Philosemitism 3. Christian Constructions of the Jew 4. Christian Responses to Israel pt. 2 A JUDEOCENTRIC CATHOLICISM PORTRAIT: SR. TALIA 5. The "Mystery of Israel" Portrait: Sr. Marie Yeshua 6. Precedents and Predecessors Portrait: Sr. Anne Catherine 7. A Mission Reversed: The Sisters of Sion Portrait: Sr. Carmen 8. A Christian Aliyah? Portrait: Fr. Olivier pt. 3 RELIGIOUS IDENTITY AFTER THE HOLOCAUST 9. Navigating Jewish-Christian Identity Portrait: Sr. Regine 10. Conversion, Belonging, and Holocaust Trauma Portrait: Sr. Paula 11. Theology After the Holocaust Portrait: Sr. Michaela pt. 4 PRAYING FOR THE JEWS Portrait: Sr. Rebecca 12. Interreligious Dialogue and Monasticism Portrait: Fr. Jacques 13. Between the Synagogue and the Church Portrait: Sr. Gemma 14. The Problematics of Prayer for the Jewish People Portrait: Sr. Maureena.