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Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger
Edited by Jean Duchesne
Introduction by Avery Cardinal Dulles SJ

“This volume collects a variety of important speeches and interviews of Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, ‘the Jewish cardinal.’ Born to secular Jewish parents, he insisted that his Jewish identity could not be erased by his baptism, his ordinations to the priesthood and the episcopate, or his elevation to the cardinalate. This belief led him not only to explain his own life, but also to work to establish new relationships between Jews and Chatholics in the wake of Vatican II and the interreligious efforts of Pope John Paul II. Included in this volume are several of Lustiger’s most important addresses.”  [From the cover]

Paulist Press, ©2010, Soft cover, 164 pages