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At the heart of Jesuit identity and mission is the pursuit of justice and reconciliation. In this two-part series, David M Neuhaus, SJ, addresses this topic from the perspective of the Israel/Palestine conflict today.

The first session focuses on the history and development of the conflict since 1917.

In the second session, Fr. Neuhaus centres on where we are and where we might be going in relation to Palestine.


About Fr. David M Neuhaus, SJ

Fr. David Mark Neuhaus, SJ, is a member of the society of Jesus. He teaches Scripture in various institutions in Israel and Palestine. He completed a BA, MA and PhD (Political Science) at Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He then completed pontifical degrees in theology and Scripture in Paris (Centre Sevres) and Rome (Pontifical Biblical Institute). He is emeritus Latin Patriarchal Vicar for Hebrew Speaking Catholics in Israel and Coordinator of the Pastoral among Migrants and Asylum Seekers in Israel.

Session 1


Session 2


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