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"With every organization in Germany gobbled up, the Evangelical and Roman Catholic churches continue their valiant, tortured struggle against absorption in the totalitarian state."

"Last week Michael Cardinal von Faulhaber (1869 - 1952), Archbishop of Munich, mounted the pulpit of old St. Michael's and basted Nazi violations of the Concordat, the 1933 treaty between the Reich and the Vatican under which Catholics agreed to a ban on the political activities clergy and lay leaders, in exchange for religious liberty in their churches and schools."

More about the moral fortitude of Cardinal Faulhaber can be read here...

Click here to read about the Nazi efforts to change the German churches into fascist tools.

     


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Catholic Hierarchy Pressured in 1930s Germany  (Literary Digest, 1937)

Catholic Hierarchy Pressured in 1930s Germany  (Literary Digest, 1937)

Catholic Hierarchy Pressured in 1930s Germany  (Literary Digest, 1937)

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