Rabbi Jonathan Infeld and Archbishop J. Michael Miller shake hands at a recent talk by the rabbi to Archdiocese of Vancouver employees. The rabbi expressed appreciation to the Archdiocese and Vancouver Police for their support of the Jewish community. (Arleen D Souza photos)

Rabbi offers thanks to two friends of Vancouver Jewish community: the Archdiocese and the VPD

Anti-Semitic rhetoric has become so intense amid pro-Palestinian sentiment in Canada that a Vancouver rabbi is more concerned about the safety of his oldest son, currently on a Montreal university campus working to stop anti-Semitism, than about his middle child, who is currently living in Israel. Speaking to Archdiocese of Vancouver employees at the John...

Vancouver Archbishop J. Michael Miller at the Synod of Bishops in Rome, where he issued a statement condemning last week’s attacks on Israel. On Thursday the Canadian bishops issued a statement calling for a de-escalation of violence and urging leaders to seek lasting peace (CNS Photo/Vatican Media via The B.C. Catholic)

Canadian bishops and Vancouver Archbishop offer prayers for peace, Jewish community

Vancouver Archbishop J. Michael Miller and the Canadian bishops both released statements concerning the recent violence in Israel, with Archbishop Miller “unequivocally” condemning Saturday’s attack by Hamas and the bishops calling for prayers for peace and a de-escalation of violence. In a message to Vancouver’s Jewish community on Monday, Vancouver Archbishop J. Michael Miller “unequivocally...

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