International Jewish-Christian Documentation Service
Service international de documentation judéo-chrétienne (SIDIC)
Servizio Internazionale di Documentazione Ebraico-Cristiana
1965 Rome Italy
1965, Rome (Italy), at the request of a group of experts of the Vatican Council II, following the promulgation of 'Nostra Aetate', the Declaration on the Relationship of the Church to Non-Christian Religions. The SIDIC Association was set up in 1971, Rome, as a non-profit organization registered in accordance with Italian law and was dissolved May 2001. Also referred to as SIDIC Rome Centre and International Service of Jewish-Christian Documentation. Ceased to exist, 2009.
Promote understanding and respect between Jews and Christians; make known the heritage which Christianity and Western culture have received from the Jewish people; encourage the study of Jewish tradition and emphasize its importance for Christianity and for all mankind.
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