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Topic: anti-Semitism

Catholics must atone for their anti-Semitism

Hatred of the Jews has never gone away, and we must do everything to resist its return

Catholicism is essentially a calm faith and has no need of shrill defenders

Angry polemics usually give the impression that the Faith we hold rests on shaky foundations

Pope Francis condemns anti-Semitism

Francis pays tribute to ‘greater understanding’ of post-Vatican II era

Not only was Gerald Scarfe’s cartoon not anti-Semitic; hysterically saying it was makes any rational criticism of it impossible

To accuse Scarfe of a ‘blood libel’ is unpardonably over the top: accusations of that seriousness should be more carefully made

SSPX expels Bishop Williamson

Society of St Pius X says English bishop refused to show respect to his superiors

Is Belloc best forgotten?

The Catholic writer is nowadays neglected, but much of his writing is florid, dull and unreadable

The confused historian who claims that Catholics are responsible for the Holocaust

Melanie Phillips says that Islam is intrinsically anti-Semitic; Daniel Goldhagen tries the same argument with Catholicism

The poet who confronted T S Eliot over his anti-Semitism

Jewish poet Emanuel Litvinoff was horrified that Eliot’s anti-Semitic sentiments persisted after the Holocaust

‘The world owes God to the Jews,’ wrote Chesterton; if anything he was pro-Jewish rather than – as the calumny alleges – anti-Semitic

He was one of the few convinced anti-racists of his time: the allegation just doesn’t add up

It is good that Mr Netanyahu should praise the Pope’s book: but it contains nothing new about the Jews

The crucifixion was caused by our own sins: that has always been mainstream Catholic teaching