RECLAIMING A LOST GENERATION
OCTOBER 6-DECEMBER 8, 2002
   
 

 

 

On Wednesday, November 6, Cardinal Walter Kaper, the President of the Pontifical Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, visited the McMullen Museum. Before delivering a lecture that was co-sponsored by the Center for Christian-Jewish Relations and the McMullen, Cardinal Kasper toured the Feldberg Collection with benefactors of the Center.

The Cardinal's talk, "The Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews: A Crucial Endeavor of the Catholic Church," was part of the ongoing eccumenical work of the Pontifical Commission, and the McMullen Museum is honored to have hosted the event.

Above, Curator Deitlinde Hamburger discusses the exhibit with Cardinal Kasper. In the background are Professor Paul Davidovitz, Professor Larry Wolff, and New York Times critic Ken Shulman.

Another view of the exhibition. McMullen Museum Exhibition Coordinator Naomi Blumberg (far left) and Director Nancy Netzer (left) listen in.

Director Nancy Netzer and Cardinal Kasper exchange observations on the collection.

RECLAIMING A LOST GENERATION
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