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Sunday Weekly Review

February 6, 2005

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  • Mark Levine November 30, 2005 12:08 pm

    I have researched the role of Pope Pius XII and his failures in the Holocaust extensively and posted my findings on this day’s blog (February 6, 2005) and on January 30, 2005 and February 9, 2005, where I also addressed the issue on air.
    I’m confident that listening to these three days and reading the very long blog entries will give you more information than you’d ever want on the topic. (To skip the topics not on point, you may want to do a “Find” on the page and type in “pope”.)
    A blogger named Mike fiercely disagreed with me on the issue. And though I’m sorry he never called the show and resorted to name-calling (and, to some extent, dragged me down with him in his insults), I think this burning cauldron of debate should elucidate for you the salient issues as to the Pope’s failure to prevent the Holocaust.
    If you have further questions, feel free to raise them by calling in during any Sunday Weekly Review (the only day where all topics are on-topic).

  • Johnny Newshound November 30, 2005 11:04 am

    Kayla–this just in–Pope Pius XII was a mammal–google–Papal traitor to the Jews–for details–or–there is a special place in hell for those who stand by watching an atrocity and do nothing

  • kayla nicole potier November 29, 2005 10:40 pm

    Do you have any information about the failing of
    Pope PiusXII in trying to save the jews from getting killed by Hitler? If so, please get this information for me as soon as possible. If you don’t, I don’t want your email unless you know where else I can get this information.

  • Jamie February 11, 2005 8:31 am

    Society’s view of motherhood is negative. This is part of the problem.
    When we value children highly, do we not by necessity also place a high value on motherhood? And when we allow kid-killing, are we not saying to the mothers, “Motherhood is unimportant; feel free to escape this bondage”?