This rabbinical school is moving into a Catholic university

The Academy for Jewish Religion California has rented space in several locations during its 21-year existence as a transdenominational seminary that trains rabbis and cantors. For a while it was housed in an office building in downtown Los Angeles, then at Hillel, the Jewish campus organization at the University of California Los Angeles. But beginning Oct. 1, in an arrangement both novel and pathbreaking, the academy will move to Loyola Marymount University, a private Catholic school founded by the Jesuit and Marymount orders.

Israel's rabbinate asks Pope Francis to explain comments about Judaism

Israel's Chief Rabbinate has written a letter to Pope Francis conveying its “distress” at comments he made suggesting Jewish law, as written in the Torah, is obsolete.

Infrastructure bill includes energy efficiency grants for houses of worship

Limited funds would provide assistance to nonprofit groups that cannot take advantage of conventional tax credit programs.

Two Plowshares activists released early from prison

Two of the seven Catholic peace activists who broke into a nuclear submarine base three years ago left prison this week as part of an early release agreement.

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