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Consensus and Controversy: Defending Pope Pius XII

by Margherita Marchione

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0809140837, Paperback)

Fighting Revisionist History

Author of Pope Pius XII: Architect of Peace, Sister Margherita Marchione uses extensive documentation from the war years themselves to combat the campaign of hatred that has smeared Pius XII's name as anti-Semitic. Firsthand sources reveal the Vatican's efforts for peace, as well as the grateful responses of Jewish leaders of the time.

Must reading for all thinking Catholics, Consensus and Controversy--

· collects primary source material available no where else.

· includes pro-Pius news articles that appeared during and after the war in the London Times, The Tablet, and the New York Times.

· reveals that the Nazis themselves targeted the Pope as their enemy, calling him "a mouthpiece of the Jewish war criminals."

· provides definitive, conclusive, and inspirational proof of Pius XII's efforts to protect the victims of Nazism.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:21 -0400)

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