Hitler's Hammer, the Church's Anvil

Lawler, Justus Goerge
November 2005
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov2005, Issue 157, p31
Discusses the bravery of bishop Clemens August von Galen during the Nazi days in Germany. His attack of Gestapo in his sermons; His criticism of the Nazi racism and euthanasia program; Von Galen's reputation as a conservative and a patriot; Von Galen's beatification by Benedict XVI in 1998.


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