From Desolation to Hope: An Interreligious Holocaust Memorial Service
In recent years, Jews have chosen a day near Passover called Yom Hashoah to keep the memory of the Holocaust. Many Christians have joined in this day of prayer. This book contains all the texts needed for the memorial service.
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