I was lucky to have lecturers who reached out to me not only as academic mentors, but also as models of excellence and commitment.
How has Nostra Aetate
transformed Jewish-Catholic relations?
A conversation with Fr John Enslin, SJ, and Rabbi Sa'ar Shaked
Chaired by Bishop Graham Rose, Chair of the SACBC's
Department of Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue
Come and find out how Nostra Aetate helped the Church
to say 'Yes' to her Jewish roots and 'No' to antisemitism?
Learn about the Jewish response included in Dabru Emet, 'Speak the truth' .
Discover the status of the Jewish-Catholic relations today,
what are the main challenges and signs of hope.
Fr John Enslin, is a member of theSociety of Jesus (Jesuits). After having pursued his theological studies in South Africa (Pretoria and Stellenbosch) as well as in London (Heythrop College), he spent some time in München, Germany, and completed his PhD in Philosophy atBoston College, U.S.A. He currently serves as Assistant Parish Priest at theHoly Trinity Catholic Church in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, and works as a sessional lecturer in Philosophy at St Augustine College.
Join us for another lecture in the series of talks hosted by St Augustine as a part of the
On Friday, 1 September, St Augustine celebrate its patronal feast day. Proceeding commenced with Holy
St Augustine joins elite group of Catholic universities to support Papal Diplomacy