"Speaking of the Other:

On the 50th Anniversary of Nostra Aetate (1965)"

Michael Root
Professor of Systematic Theology
Catholic University of America


Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015 (5:15pm)
UVA-Minor Hall Auditorium
Missed the lecture? Watch it here.
Nostra Aetate ("In our Time") is widely recognized as one of the

most important (and shortest!) works of the Second Vatican Council, and its immediate and enduring significance rests in its open and thoughtful discussion of the relationship of the Church to other religions, most especially our older Jewish brothers and sisters. Catholic University of America Professor of Theology Michael Root discussed the historical origins and text of Nostra Aetate and how its content continues to be influential for the Church and others 50 years later. 

Joomla Template: by JoomlaShack