Auschwitz Paperback

The Limits of Dialogue

by Dina Wardi;


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Auschwitz

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Dina Wardi, an Israeli Jewish psychologist noted for her work with Holocaust survivors and their children, has written an emotional and cathartic account of her experience leading a multi-national group of Catholic nuns and priests during a conference on anti-Semitism, persecutions and Holocaust, which included visits to the Auschwitz concentration camp. Wardi takes us the through this experience as both a Jewish woman experiencing the camps for the first time and as a professional counselor in Holocaust trauma. The result is a dynamic portrayal of a trip to this most sacred place that has profoundly affected the lives and mission of all involved. This is an important and healing study of the Jewish-Christian dialogue with regard to Christian Holocaust guilt, anti-Semitism in the Catholic Church, and ecumenism. It is a book to be read by all with interest in: - Jewish-Christian relations and learning - Anti-Semitism and persecution - Trauma counseling - Holocaust studies - Encounter group process - Ecumenism

Auschwitz by Dina Wardi was published by Paulist Press International,U.S. in January 2003. The ISBN for Auschwitz is 9780809141968.

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Page last updated 19th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherPaulist Press International,U.S. (January 2003)
Weight245g
Number of Pages144
Thickness13 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9780809141968
ISBN-100809141965
Product Code1194977
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