The Popes Dilemma Book ☆ 424 pages À Jacues kornberg

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The Popes Dilemma Book ☆ 424 pages À Jacques kornberg À Pope Pius XII presided over the Catholic Church during one of the most challenging moments in its history Elected in early 1939 Pius XII spoke out against war and destruction but his refusal to condemn Nazi Germany and its allies for mass atrocities and genocPope Pius XII presided over the Catholic Church during one of the most challenging moments in its history Elected in early 1939 Pius XII spoke out against war and destruction but his refusal to condemn Nazi Germany and its allies for mass atrocities and genocide remains controversial almost seventy years after the end of the Second World WarScholars have blamed Pius’s inaction on anti communism antisemitism a special emotional bond with Germany or a preference for fascist authoritarian

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Croatia France Hungary Poland and Slovakia to demonstrate the consistency with which Pius XII and the Vatican avoided confronting the perpetrators of atrocities and strove to keep Catholics within the Church By this measure Pius XII did not betray but fulfilled his papal roleA meticulous and careful analysis of the career of the twentieth century’s most controversial pope The Pope’s Dilemma is an important contribution to the ongoing debate about the Catholic Church’s wartime lega

Jacques Kornberg ´ The Popes Dilemma Book

The Popes DilemmaIsm Delving deep into Catholic theology and ecclesiology Jacues Kornberg argues instead that what drove Pius XII was the belief that his highest priority must be to preserve the authority of the Church and the access to salvation that it providedIn The Pope’s Dilemma Kornberg uses the examples of Pius XII’s immediate predecessors Benedict XV and the Armenian genocide and Pius XI and Fascist Italy as well as case studies of Pius XII’s wartime policies towards five Catholic countries