Holocaust education

Holocaust education
On Oct. 16, Bishop Dennis Sullivan celebrated a Shabbat service with Jewish leaders at Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill. During the evening, he outlined his new initiative for Catholic schools in the Diocese of Camden for better teaching of Holocaust education with speakers, materials and programs offered through the Jewish Community Relations Council of South Jersey’s Goodwin Holocaust Museum and Education Center. Father Joseph Wallace, diocesan director of Ecumenical and Inter-Religious Affairs, accompanied Bishop Sullivan to the gathering.  Above, Bishop and Assistant Rabbi Lawrence R. Sernovitz listen as Senior Rabbi Jerome David addresses the gathered. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff

On Oct. 16, Bishop Dennis Sullivan celebrated a Shabbat service with Jewish leaders at Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill. During the evening, he outlined his new initiative for Catholic schools in the Diocese of Camden for better teaching of Holocaust education with speakers, materials and programs offered through the Jewish Community Relations Council of South Jersey’s Goodwin Holocaust Museum and Education Center. Father Joseph Wallace, diocesan director of Ecumenical and Inter-Religious Affairs, accompanied Bishop Sullivan to the gathering. Above, Bishop and Assistant Rabbi Lawrence R. Sernovitz listen as Senior Rabbi Jerome David addresses the gathered.
Photo by Alan M. Dumoff

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