Pope Pius XII

There can be no ‘Joy of Love’ without first the ‘Joy of Truth’: Bishop Schneider (VIDEO)

By Pete Baklinski ROME, May 17, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) -- In the midst of the crisis in the Church, Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan warned Catholics at a conference in Rome last week to be aware of interpretations of Catholic doctrine that wear a “deceptive appearance of truth” while... read more

The Church and Islam

By Howard Kainz, March 2, 2016 Evangelist Franklin Graham, son of the legendary Billy Graham, has characterized Islam as “a very evil and wicked religion. . .a religion of hatred, a religion of war.” In recent years, other prominent Protestant evangelists have made similar statements. It... read more

The Plot to Kill Hitler and the Vindication of Pius XII

GEORGE W. RUTLER During the debates leading up to the 1983 pastoral letter of the bishops of the United States on nuclear weapons, “The Challenge of Peace,” the great churchman Archbishop Philip Hannan of New Orleans said that many of the bishops were uninformed. I paraphrase, because the... read more

PIUS XII, CO-CONSPIRATOR IN TYRANNICIDE

by George Weigel, 10.14.15 Written from Rome: The great Piazza San Pietro is a five minute walk from where I’m living during Synod-2015. About three-quarters of the Square is bounded by the famous Bernini colonnades, which reach out from the Vatican basilica as if to embrace the world.... read more

What the Popes Really Say About Socialism

By Gustavo Solimeo, Student Action, American Society for Tradition, Family and Property          "Hideous", "destructive", "wicked", and "perverted" are only some of the adjectives used by the Popes to describe socialism.  From Pius IX to Benedict XVI, the popes have thoroughly and... read more

THE TRUTH ABOUT POPE PIUS XII

General Ion Mihai Pacepa is not easy to track down. He remains in hiding for his own protection, rarely gives interviews, and will only be contacted by email through an intermediary. As a former Romanian intelligence chief who defected to the United States in 1978, the 84 year-old former spy holds... read more

A papal expert’s view: UMD event perpetuates unfair view of Pope Pius XII

The 20th century was a tragic one - the only century ever to have two "world wars." German President Adolph Hitler rightly is demonized for many horrors of World War II. But, amazingly, another man often is blamed for much of it, too. Or, at the very least, Pius XII, pope from 1939 through 1958, is... read more

“Time for the world to appreciate what this man did”

Is much of the modern world's prevailing scholarly thinking about Pope Pius XII and his relations with Jews and the Jewish community just plain wrong? It may very well be, according to remarkable new evidence discovered by researcher William Doino, Jr., and published in the latest edition of... read more

Researcher finds proof of widespread Jewish support for Pope Pius XII

An expert on Pope Pius XII says new discoveries show that the Jewish community strongly supported the pontiff for his stand against anti-Semitism and support for Jewish rights during World War II. Researcher William Doino outlined evidence that he says makes it clear the late Pope "wanted to... read more

Israeli diplomat praises Pope Pius XII for saving thousands of Jews during the Holocaust

Israeli diplomat praises Pope Pius XII for saving thousands of Jews during the Holocaust. At a presentation of a Yad Vashem medal to a Catholic priest who saved Jews during the Holocaust, an Israeli ambassador has added to the controversy surrounding the person who some call 'Hitler's Pope'. ... read more

A stir has been created in Italy and other countries by a document dating from 1946, from the Vatican nunciature in Paris, headed at that time by Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, the future John XXIII.

A stir has been created in Italy and other countries by a document dating from 1946, from the Vatican nunciature in Paris, headed at that time by Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, the future John XXIII. The document - anticipated in an incomplete and poorly interpreted version by historian Alberto Melloni... read more