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Papal greetings to Roman rabbi for Rosh Hashanah

Catholic World News - September 10, 2010

As the world’s Jews prepare to celebrate their high holy days--Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot-- Pope Benedict XVI has sent a message to Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni of Rome, “to express the most cordial and sincere best wishes to you and to the entire Jewish community of Rome, together with the hope that these festivities may bring copious blessings from the Eternal One and be a source of intimate joy.”

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