Pontiff sends New Year greetings to Rome's Jews
Catholic World News - September 20, 2012
Pope Benedict XVI has sent his greetings to the Jewish community of Rome for their New Year celebrations.
In a telegram to Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni, the Holy Father offers best wishes to the Jewish community, “asking the Almighty for copious blessings,” and voices his hope that Christians and Jews will “grown in mutual respect and friendship” while serving the one true God.
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