Frequently asked questions

Jesus and the Pharisees - An Interdisciplinary Reappraisal - Pontifical Biblical Institute

FAQ

The International Conference is organized by the Pontifical Biblical Institute, but the sessions will be held in the Aula Magna of the Gregorian University, Piazza della Pilotta, 4 (Map).

Yes, participation is completely free of charge.

The presentations will all be given in English, with the exception of the final evening. Prof. Massimo Grilli will speak in Italian, with simultaneous translation into English, whereas Prof. A.J. Levine will be translated into Italian.

No simultaneous translation will be available except during the concluding session, into Italian and English.

Confirmed registrations for the entire conference guarantee access to all sessions.

Online registration is now closed. If you wish to participate, please send an email to biblicum110conference@biblico.it to be placed on the waiting list.

No. Hotel accommodation is the sole responsibility of participants.

In the morning of Thursday, May 9, a special audience with Pope Francis has been arranged for participants duly registered for the entire conference.

The conference will be web streamed live and subsequently uploaded on YouTube.

Organisers

The conference is organized by the Pontifical Biblical Institute in collaboration with the Pontifical Gregorian University, especially its Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies

 

Pontifical Biblical Institute
Pontifical Gregorian University - Cardinal Bea Centre.

Sponsors

Generous support has been provided by AJC – American Jewish Committee, CEI – Conferenza Episcopale Italiana, Gregorian University Foundation and Verbum

 

American Jewish Committee
Conferenza Episcopale Italiana
Gregorian Universty Foundation
Verbum