“Whether you take a multi-session course or a single class, there is always a seat for you at the table.”Mara Bernstein, Director of Synagogue Programming and Adult Education
The Vatican, the Holocaust and World War II: Uncovering the Secret History
Thu / Mar 23 / 7:00 pm / 87th Street and Online
Prof. David Kertzer, Abraham Foxman, and Rabbi Cosgrove
What did the Catholic Church, led by Pope Pius XII during World War II, know about the activities of Mussolini and Hitler, and what decisions were made by the church as Italy was enveloped in the war and the Holocaust unfolded throughout Europe?
Clergy Dialogue: Israel in Crisis
Fri / Mar 24 / 5:30 pm / 87th Street and Online
Rabbis Cosgrove and Zuckerman
Rabbis Cosgrove and Zuckerman will reflect on their UJA mission to Israel with other rabbis from New York, where they will meet governmental and non-governmental leaders and a wide range of Israelis living and working within the changing political landscape.
We Declare! Israeli Democracy: Past, Present, and Future
Sun / Mar 26 / 9:30 am – 12:00 pm / 87th Street and Online
Consul General Asaf Zamir, Rabbis Elliot Cosgrove and Jeremy Kalmanofsky, Nir Braudo, Ayala Deckel, and Osnat Fox
With the current political crisis unfolding in Israel, there is no more timely an occasion to come together to discuss and debate the State of Israel’s founding document, its Declaration of Independence.
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