Mary McWay Seaman
A review of Church of Spies: The Pope's Secret War Against Hitler
A PORTRAIT OF COURAGE AT GREAT COST
Ronald J. Rychlak
William Doino Jr.
A review of The Catholic Bishops of Europe and the Nazi Persecutions of Catholics and Jews
THE SECRET HISTORY BEHIND THE ONGOING CAMPAIGN
Ion Mihai Pacepa & Ronald J. Rychlak
A CATHOLIC FRONT FOR COMMUNIST AGITATION
SELECTIVE MEMORY, COLLECTIVE GUILT
Paul Michael Ferguson
STEPINAC, TITO & USTASHE
Vincent A. Lapomarda
Anne Barbeau Gardiner
A review of Christ in Dachau, or Christ Victorious
The beatification process of Pope Pius XII should present no insurmountable obstacle to friendly Catholic-Jewish relations or Vatican-Israel alliances. But some don't see it that way.
Kurzman makes clear that the Nazis meant to crush Christianity and replace it with a new Nazi religion of the state.
SQUARELY AGAINST HITLERISM
Charles J. Gangi
Joseph P. Bonchonsky
PIUS XII & YAD VASHEM
THE VATICAN: GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT?
Critics of Pope Pius XII's actions during the Holocaust put the Vatican in a position where it has to prove its innocence against every allegation.
That Pius XII allegedly failed to speak out "unequivocally" in defense of the Jews is a theme that constantly emerges as an unproven assumption.
Review of Hitler, the War, and the Pope
Dimitri A. Cavalli
Review of Pius XII and the Second World War: According to the Archives of the Vatican
THE HOLY SEE VS. THE THIRD REICH
Pius guided the Church with a combination of caution, courage, and compassion. In so doing, he lessened suffering, saved many lives, and even helped the Allies win.
OUR FALSE SENSE OF MORAL SUPERIORITY
Kevin M. Doyle
- Karl Keating