A rare opportunity: Temple Israel of New Rochelle has been selected, by the Vatican, to host an historic exhibition which includes religious leaders and local politicians from Italy, including the Pope’s Archivist, who will share up until now, hidden stories about the clergy and citizens of Assisi, Italy, who risked their lives in protecting Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.
A roundtable discussion of Italian dignitaries, with historical and illustrative panels from “The Museum of Memory” from Assisi, Italy, will be on-site telling the story of Assisi residents protecting Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.
This event will be in person and on-line streaming by Assisi Hosts: Moderated by Rabbi Jay Rosenbaum
5:00 – 6:30 pm View the Museum Exhibit (in Lobby)
6:30 – 8:00 pm Roundtable Panel Discussion (in Sanctuary)
Pave the Way Foundation (PTWF), whose mission is to initiate historical projects and remove obstacles between religions, is sponsoring an historic presentation here at Temple Israel, recognizing the lifesaving actions taken by clergy and citizens of Assisi in protecting Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.
The exhibit features panels from the “Museo della Memoria Assisi” (The Museum of Memory, in the historic town of Assisi, Italy) and includes a roundtable discussion led by:
Join us as we hear how the residents of Assisi risked everything to save innocent Jewish lives during Nazi barbarism.
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During this event, Rabbi Jay will be honoring David A. Alpert for becoming the Chairman of the Lay Advisory Committee of the North American Board of Rabbis. Congratulations!