Synagoga and Ecclesia in Our Time, a sculpture created by Philadelphia-based artist Joshua Koffman, inspires generations of students to live a life of friendship with the Jewish people. Commemorating the Vatican’s landmark Nostra Aetate declaration that ushered in a new era for Jewish-Christian relations, the sculpture reflects Marist’s focus on creating a campus culture in which students learn to understand the inherent dignity and perspectives of peoples from a variety of cultures, experiences, and places around the world, as well as close to home.
Read more about the statue's journey to Marist's campus.
Learn more about the history leading up to the Nostra Aetate declaration. Watch a video about the journey of the sculptureto Marist School. View photos from the dedication.
Synagoga and Ecclesia in Our Time is a welcome addition to Marist School’s campus and brings inspiration to our classrooms. - Fr. Bill Rowland, S.M., President
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