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#otdimjh 17 November 1869 Marie-Bernard (Paul) Bauer delivers the dedicatory address at the opening of the Suez Canal

Monsignor Bauer A carte-de-visite portrait Monsignor Bauer (1829-1898), also known as Père Bernard, who in 1867 was appointed one of the Empress Eugénie’s confessors. Paul Bauer was born at Budapest in 1829 where his father was a rabbi. He studied painting and … Continue reading

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#Otdimjh 13 November 354 Birth of St Augustine of Hippo, developer of Christian doctrine and teaching on the Jews

“ ‘The elder shall serve the younger,’ is understood … to mean that the elder people, the Jews, shall serve the younger people, the Christians.” Augustine of Hippo was born on 13 November 354 and died on 28 August 430. … Continue reading

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#otdimjh 11 November 1215 Fourth Lateran Council Condemns Jewish Christians – “they upset the decorum of the Christian religion by such a mixing”

The Fourth Council of the Lateran was called by Pope Innocent III with the papal bull of April 19, 1213, and the Council gathered at Rome’s Lateran Palace on  November 11, 1215. Due to the great length of time between … Continue reading

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‪#‎otdimjh‬ 7 November 1841 Consecration of Michael Solomon Alexander as Bishop of Jerusalem

Solomon was the second son and one of five children born to Alexander Wolff. His ancestors may have come to Prussia from England, or may have been in Schönlanke for many generations. His education in the Talmud began when he … Continue reading

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#otdimjh 5 November 1605 Guy Fawkes’ Gunpowder Plot fails to bring Spanish Inquisition to Jewish Christians living in the Domus Conversorum in London

1605: The Gunpowder Plot, an attempt to blow up the House of Lords which would be the first move in putting a Catholic on throne, was thwarted today.  This event which is tied in the popular mind to Guy Fawkes could … Continue reading

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#Otdimjh 4 November 1847 Felix Mendelssohn’s Music Fades on this day in Messianic Jewish history

Bernstein records Mendelssohn’s career without commenting on his personal faith, or the Jewish and Christian aspects of his musical inspiration and output – these were well enough known and a matter of discussion in 1909, when “Some Jewish Witnesses for … Continue reading

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#otdimjh 29 October 1833 Nathan Immanuel Mossa, “doughty pioneer of Homoeopathy in Europe” born

Bernstein and de le Roi state: Mossa, Nathaniel Immanuel, gives the following particulars of himself:—”I was born on October 29th, 1833, at Friedland, near Beskow. My father was a Jewish merchant, first in that town, and later in Spandau, where … Continue reading

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