The Role of the Pope and the Vatican in the Holocaust
During the horrific times of the Holocaust, the Catholic Church, and its most prominent leader, the Pope, remained quiet. Pope Pius XII chose not to speak out against what was happening all over the world, and even in the Holy City of Rome. The deportation of the Jews should have been spoken out against, instead of being confronted by silence from the Church.
One reason that Pope Pius XII gave for not speaking against this act was that "it was necessary to corroborate the reports." In fact, the reports were already corroborated. Jews were being deported everywhere, and this fact was not h…
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