Jewish Catholic Fellowship Dinner

From May 15, 2011 19:00 until May 15, 2011 15:00

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Jewish Catholic Fellowship Dinner

As part of our continuing commitment to interfaith dialogue, friendship and co-operation, the Jewish Community Council of Victoria and the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne will once again be holding its joint dinner in 2011.

You are invited to join us for a kosher dinner at the Beth Weizmann community Centre, 306 Hawthorn Road, Caulfield South on Sunday 15 May 2011 from 7pm.

This dinner has become a highlight event on the annual calendar of both the Jewish and Catholic communities for some years.   Those who have attended in the past will appreciate the uniqueness and warmth of the event.  It is truly an experience not to be missed.  I draw your attention to the 2 keynote speakers and topics listed in the accompanying form. Undoubtedly, their presentations will make the evening even more compelling.

Click here to view details of the event and the booking form.
Please complete the tear-off slip and return to the address given.

Since places are limited, please book early and no later than Monday, 9 May 2011.


Date:               Sunday 15 May 2011 at 7.00 pm

Where:            306 Hawthorn Road, Caulfield South

Cost:               $40 per person

Bookings and payment: Click here to download and print off the the booking form
Send with payment to Jewish Community Council of Victoria, 306 Hawthorn Road, Caulfield South, Victoria  3162.
Phone bookings 9272 5566 or email also accepted.



Welcome by Rev Dr John Dupuche (Chair, Catholic Interfaith Committee)
Welcome by Mr John Searle (President, Jewish Community Council of Victoria)
First course
Musical presentation
Main course
Keynote address: Rabbi James Kennard, Principal, Mount Scopus Memorial College: “Religious Significance of Yom Ha’atzmaut to the Jews”
Keynote address: Fr Christopher Monaghan, President of the Yarra Theological Union: “Jews absolved of Jesus’s Death: Recent comments by Pope Benedict"
Concluding remarks and prayers

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