Letter from Paris

Duchesne, Jean
February 1998
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb1998, Issue 80, p12
Discusses the issuance of the Declaration of Repentance which concerns the silence and passivity of the Catholic Church in the face of the Holocaust. Overview of the document from the French bishops; Response of most Jewish leaders to the document; Objections to the Declaration.


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