The material, previously unseen by the public, was opened March 2 during the first surge of the coronavirus pandemic and covers the years 1939-1958.
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Most attention has focused on what they might reveal about the Pope’s actions and attitudes toward the Jews during World War II, but a Vatican conference ahead of today’s opening highlighted other areas of interest.
Historic analysis upon the 80th anniversary of Hitler’s invasion of Poland
Two years before he became pope, Cardinal Pacelli told a Paris gathering to avoid the “gesture of Lucifer,” and declared that it is the “substance of Christianity, the very substance of religion, that is at stake.”
COMMENTARY: The testimony of Catholic convert Rabbi Israel Zolli of Rome is crucial to debunking the myth of ‘Pius XII’s Silence.’
Holy lives highlight the Marian message.
Commemorative plaque unveiled to honor Msgr. Hugh O'Flaherty whose heroism was portrayed by Gregory Peck in the movie ‘The Scarlet and the Black’.