Pius XII as Scapegoat

Novak, Michael
August 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep2000, Issue 105, p20
Discusses the moral condemnation of the Pope Pius XII and the Catholic Church. Charges against Pope Pius XII; Effect of the war in Germany on the papacy; Vulnerability and weakness of papacy; Theological condemnation of the Holocaust by Pius XII.


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