Scholarly Publications - Selected Works LogoThe links below redirect to a selection of Father Lawrence E. Frizzell’s scholarly publications on his Selected Works page, where you can also read the articles he wrote for Scripture in Church and The Catholic Advocate.

Father Frizzell also writes about Biblical studies, Jewish-Christian relations and ecumenical topics on his blog.


Tributes in Memory of Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D. South Orange, NJ: Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies

(Contributor and Co-editor with Rabbi Asher Finkel) Standing before God: Studies on Prayer in Scriptures and Tradition with Essays in Honor of John M. Oesterreicher. New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1981.


“Art at the Service of Prayer: The Immaculate Conception Chapel.” South Orange, NJ: Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies, 2020.

“The Church’s Bond with the Jewish People,” Word on Worship: Newsletter of the Worship Office 29, no. 3 (Winter 2012).

“Mary and the Jews: The Gospels and the Early Church,” Marian Studies 60 (2009): 129-149.

“The Religious Other as Neighbor,” New Theology Review (May 2009): 26-35.

“The Church and the Jews in the Liturgy,” Word on Worship: Newsletter of the Worship Office 26, no. 2 (Spring 2009).

“Worship, the Bond Between Time/Space and Eternity: A Reflection on the Essays of Kenneth Schmitz and Matthew Lamb,” Nova et Vetera, 4, no. 4 (2006): 851-856.

“Interreligious Dialogue in Global Perspective,” Seton Hall Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations (2002): 26-38.

“The Magnificat: Sources and Themes,” Marian Studies 50 (1999): 38-59.


(Editor and Contributor) The Prophet Elijah in Jewish and Christian Traditions. South Orange, NJ: Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies, 2010.

(Editor) Christians and Jews Learning Together and Remembering the Past to Shape the Future. South Orange, NJ: Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies, 2001.

(Editor) Israel and the Holy See: A Catholic View of the State of Israel. South Orange, NJ: Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies, 2000.

(Editor) Ministers of Compassion during the Nazi Period: Gertrud Luckner and Raoul Wallenberg. South Orange, NJ: Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies, 1999.

(Editor and Contributor) The Catholic Catechism on Jews and Judaism. South Orange, NJ: Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies, 1996.

(Editor and Contributor) Experiences and Expectations. The Catholic Catechism on Jews and Judaism. South Orange, NJ: Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies, 1993.


“The Teaching of the Second Vatican Council on Jews and Judaism.”  In Examining Nostra Aetate After 40 Years: Catholic-Jewish Relations in Our Time, edited by Anthony J. Cernera, 35-56.  Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press, 2007.

“The Death of Jesus and the Death of the Temple.  In Perspectives on The Passion of the Christ: Religious Thinkers and Writers Explore the Issues Raised by the Controversial Movie, edited by Jonathan Burham, 65-80.  New York: Miramax Books, 2004.

“Jew and Christian in the New Testament.”  In German Literature between Faiths: Jews and Christians at Odds and in Harmony, edited by Peter Meister, 1-13. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2004.

“Jews and Judaism in the Medieval Latin Liturgy,” with J. Frank Henderson.  In The Liturgy of the Medieval Church, edited by Thomas J. Heffernan and E. Ann Matter, 187-214. Kalamazoo: Western Michigan University 2001.

“’The Jews’ in the Fourth Gospel.”  In Radici Dell’Antigiudaismo in Ambiente Cristiano, 127-146. Vatican City: Libreria editrice vaticana, 2000.

“Paul the Pharisee.”  In Jewish-Christian Encounters over the Centuries: Symbiosis, Prejudice, Holocaust, Dialogue, edited by Marvin Perry and Frederick M. Schweitzer, 45-60. New York: Peter Lang, 1994.

“The Catholic Church and the Jewish People: Evaluating the Results of the Second Vatican Council.”  In New Visions: Historical and Theological Perspectives on the Jewish-Christian Dialogue, edited by Val McInnes, 115-136. New York: Crossroad, 1993.

“Temple and Community: Foundations for Johannine Spirituality.”  In Mystics of the Book: Themes, Topics, and Typologies, edited by Robert Herrera, 179-196. New York: Peter Lang, 1993.

“Education by Example: A Motif in Joseph and Maccabee Literature of the Second Temple Period.” In Of Scholars, Savants and Their Texts: Essays in Honor of Arthur Hyman, edited by Ruth Link-Salinger and Robert Herrera, 103-112.  New York: Peter Lang, 1989.


“Christian-Jewish Relations – Theological Issues,” New Catholic Encyclopedia Online (June 2010): 35-56.

“Azariah, Prayer of,” “Bel and the Dragon,” and “Song of the Three Jews.” In The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, edited by Katharine Doob Sakenfeld. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press, 2007.

“Canon Law,” “Excommunication,” “Hagar,” “Herbert, George” “Imago Dei,” “John the Baptist,” and “Romans 9-11.” In A Dictionary of Jewish-Christian Relations, edited by Edward Kessler and Neil Wenborn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.

“Rabbi,” Theologische Realenzyklopädie (1996): 80-82.