A Jew by birth and a Catholic Jew by faith, Father Arthur Klyber, C.Ss.R., founded Remnant of Israel to introduce Jews of goodwill to Jesus Christ and to introduce Judaism to Catholics and others of goodwill.
In his book, He’s a Jew, (see Book Shop to order) Father Klyber has identified key questions that Catholics and Jews have of each other.
I have observed through the years that average Jews and Christians do not know each other’s religious background. And that is why, I think, both groups are confused and tend to think and speak about each other in a prejudiced way.
Catholics have asked me: “Why don’t the Jews become Catholics?” And Jews have asked “Why do some Jews become Christians?” In this important matter, ignorance is far from being bliss.
The question “Why don’t the Jews become Catholics (or Christians)?” can be better answered by making it read, “Why didn’t the Jews become Christians long ago, in the days when they were charmed by the personality, by the words, and the miracles of Jesus? What prevented most of those Jews from accepting Him as their Messiah (Christ)?”