Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Maimonides Award for Inter-religious Dialogue
The Great Sanhedrin alone had the right to appoint, or confirm the appointment of, the high priest. His consecration might take place only in the day-time. Two high priests must not be appointed together. Every high priest had a “mishneh” (a second) called the Segan, or “memunneh“, to stand at his right; another assistant was the “Catholicos“ (“Yad”, l.c. 16–17).
(This Pope Serves Satan, the Sinai-GOG and is a False Prophet for Lucifer’s Seven anti-Christ Noahide Laws.RP)
22 September 2008, 4:00 PM
Delivery of the Maimonides Award for Inter-religious Dialogue
It was awarded to Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio by the Institute for Religious Studies (ISER), in the framework of the celebrations of the 40th anniversary of ISER the service of a “successful interfaith experience” to reflect on the Judeo-Christian tradition in Argentina.
(in the photo above from left to right)
- Rabbi Abraham Skorka, President of ISER
- Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Archbishop of Buenos Aires and Primate of Argentina.
- Dr. Adalberto Rodriguez Giavarini, Chairman of CARI.
Source for the above story is from CARI, Entrega del premio Maimónides del Diálogo Interreligioso.