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Topic: Holocaust

Catholic Herald View: Five reasons to give thanks for our new papal saints

As we approach the canonisations of John XXIII and John Paul II on Sunday, we remember five important aspects of the saints’ lives

Another Jewish historian concludes that the latest research ‘erases’ the image of a Pius XII indifferent to the fate of the Jews

Rabbi Dalin thinks that Pope Pius should be declared Righteous among the Nations: it would only be common justice if he were

Heroic nuns of the Holocaust

Many nuns risked life to save strangers from the Nazis

Will the ‘Hitler’s pope’ slur be put to rest?

A new book re-evaluates Pius XII and the Holocaust

The Holocaust is not a day for thinking about Israel and the Palestinians – its horror transcends all issues

The Shoah is hinted at in inhumanity all around us

Sparks fly at Pius XII debate in London

Majority of the audience failed to be swayed by scholars speaking in favour of the wartime pope

The Pope Pius XII debate in London promises to be compelling and educational

The debate about Pope Pius XII in London this month will be an education.

Why I’m glad I saw Auschwitz

There are some things that are simply evil in themselves, and never to be justified

The Yad Vashem Holocaust museum has qualified its hostile representation of Pius XII’s policy towards the Jews; but this, though welcome, is not enough

Interestingly, its hostility has been encouraged by the ongoing liberal Catholic anti-Vatican campaign

The battle to vindicate Pius XII is being won

The changes at Yad Vashem show that the black legend against the wartime pontiff is on the way out