Thursday, January 25, 2007
Pope Accepts Invitation from Pimp State
Israel's Chief Rabbi Ready to Welcome Pope
ROME, JAN. 18, 2007
Chief Rabbi Jonah Metzger said he would warmly welcome Benedict XVI in Israel. The government has already invited the Holy Father to visit the country. Cardinal Walter Kasper, president of the Pontifical Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, clarified that the Pope has accepted the invitation, but that he will visit the country when the "conditions are appropriate." "The moment the Pope is pleased to come to Jerusalem, we will welcome him warmly," Chief Rabbi Metzger said on Wednesday. Although the rabbi mentioned the increase of anti-Semitism in Europe, he acknowledged that "there has never been such a good and significant moment" in relations between Christians and Jews.
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