photograph of the VaticanAssumption University’s “Learn for Life” series offers a one-day course on the relationship between Catholics and Jews from the 18th century.

Modern Catholic-Jewish relationship subject of webinar

A course in Assumption University’s “Learn for Life” series will chronicle the relationship between Roman Catholics and Jews from the 18th century to the contemporary era.

Principal John Cappucci will lead the class, “Rome and Jerusalem: Catholic-Jewish Relations II,” online via the Zoom teleconferencing platform. It will cover such topics as the Jewish enlightenment, the Montara affair, Pope Pius XII, the Holocaust, the Second Vatican Council, and interfaith initiatives under John Paul II.

It will run 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 20, with a noon-hour lunch break. Find more details and register by Friday, March 12, on the Assumption website.