Friday, December 18, 2009

Archbishop Dolan and Rabbi Wechsler Radio Dialogue

U.S. archbishop and rabbi to hold religious dialogue on satellite radio

New York City, N.Y., Dec 18, 2009 / 03:02 pm (CNA).- SIRIUS XM Radio announced on Thursday that Archbishop Timothy Dolan of the Archdiocese of New York and Rabbi Harlan J. Wechsler, who both host their own radio shows, will co-host a live radio special on Sunday, Dec. 20.

“We are honored to bring together Archbishop Dolan and Rabbi Wechsler for an insightful discussion that will appeal to people of many backgrounds,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer of SIRIUS XM Radio. “This thought-provoking and timely dialogue about tradition and faith demonstrates the unique power of radio.”

Archbishop Dolan and Rabbi Wechsler, hosts of “A Conversation with the Archbishop” and “Rabbi Wechsler Teaches” respectively, will hold an interfaith dialogue on Sunday and address topics such as Catholic and Jewish holy days and the importance of preserving traditions in an increasingly secularized world.

The program will be broadcast simultaneously on The Catholic Channel and SIRIUS XM Stars on Sunday Dec. 20 from 3:00-4:00 ET.


Anonymous said...

Here is a question that might be asked of the rabbi:

Sir , is it true that the jews killed Christ because they did not like his message ? Did jews want a god that would place them as masters over all others in the world , there by rejecting Christ's message of living by the golden rule and following the ten commandments ? Does the jewish religion to this very day believe in supremacy over all mankind . It would apear that the jewish leadership does believe in supremacy , if we were to take the carnage in the middle east as just one of the many examples .

Diego said...

Dolan should be asked:

The parable of the husbandmen in Matthew 21 teaches that the Jews KNEW Jesus was the Messiah and conspired to kill Him to "have His inheritance." Was Jesus a liar?

Matthew 21:38 But the husbandmen seeing the son, said among themselves: This is the heir: come, let us kill him, and we shall have his inheritance.

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