Other religions: September 2005 Archives

May his memory be eternal


A book by Simon Wiesenthal, may he rest in peace, told about a confession with no absolution: as a concentration camp prisoner, he was called to the deathbed of a Nazi who, apparently repentant, admitted his crimes and sins against the Jewish people. The story highlights the differing approaches Judaism and Christianity give to the conflict of justice and forgiveness.

What? Who?

On life and living in communion with the Catholic Church.

Richard Chonak

John Schultz

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