Saying they are outraged by growing “antisemitic rhetoric” across the country, members of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs urged Christians to decry hate-filled statements and violence aimed at Jewish individuals, homes and institutions.
USCCB committee decries rising antisemitism in U.S.
Vatican makes archives detailing aid to Jews available online
The documentation, titled “Ebrei” (“Jews”), aims “to preserve the petitions for help from Jewish people all over Europe, received by (Pope Pius XII) during the Nazi-Fascist persecutions,” the Vatican said.
U.S. Jewish groups react to Vatican decision to release Pius XII archives
Documents on Pope Pius XII in the Vatican Secret Archives will be made available to researchers starting March 2, 2020.
Retired pope corrects ‘false insinuation’ by German theologian
Retired Pope Benedict XVI sent a letter correcting a German theologian who implied that the former pontiff encouraged the evangelization of the Jewish people as a mission.
Couple’s story captures courage of a French village in World War II
“Love in a Time of Hate” tells the story of the Trocmes and others in Le Chambon who courageously and cleverly put their faith into action to hide Jews.