German author and researcher Michael Hesemann discusses the Vatican’s efforts to bring an end to the killings of Armenian Christians carried out by the Ottoman Empire.
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According to La Civiltà Cattolica, the Holy See 'mobilized a continual flow of financial aid and supplies in an era when there were no other international humanitarian organizations beyond the Red Cross and the Near East relief [organization].'
Blessed Paul VI, along with predecessor Benedict XV, had great esteem for the Italian poet, whose 750th birthday is this year.
The vessel’s sinking nearly 100 years shifted public opinion in the United States and propelled it toward joining England in World War I.