In what must surely be a rare overlap of calendars, today is both the National Day of Prayer and Holocaust Memorial Day. Hopefully at least part of the prayers offered today by the American Church will be prayers of repentance for the anti-Semitism that is so rampant in that most cunning of places - our system of thought.
Here's an article from The New York Times that shows Christians and Jews joining together for Holocaust Memorial Day, but more significantly it tells the intriguing tale of a Torah rescued from Auschwitz. Perhaps they'll write a book about it someday . . .