Vatican's Jewish Ties, Inside Mitt's Trip by the Forward

Vatican's Jewish Ties, Inside Mitt's Trip

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In this week’s podcast, host Josh Nathan-Kazis is joined by Forward Editor Jane Eisner and Washington correspondent Nathan Guttman to discuss Mitt Romney’s recent trip to Israel. Then Ezra Glinter reports back on the giant celebration of Talmud reading in New Jersey. Finally, John Connelly, a Forward contributor, calls in to discuss how a small group of Jewish converts helped shape the Vatican II reforms of the 1960s.

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Vatican's Jewish Ties, Inside Mitt's Trip

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