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The Good Friday Prayer for the Jews is an annual prayer in the Christian, particularly Roman Catholic, liturgy.
It is one of several petitions (the so-called "Solemn Collects" or "Solemn Intercessions") made in the Good Friday service for various classes and stations of peoples: For the Church, for the pope, for bishops, priests and deacons, for the faithful, for the catechumens, for other Christians, for the Jews, for others who do not believe in Christ, for those who do not believe in God, for those in public office, etc. Oesterreicher as arguing, with some support from others, that the term "pro perfidis judaeis" in the Good Friday liturgy did not mean perfidious but rather "unfaithful, non-believer".
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