Research Confirms Sheltering of Jews in Catholic Convents During Nazi Occupation of Rome - Living Strong Television Network

Newly uncovered documentation reveals that Catholic convents and monastic communities in Rome provided refuge to numerous people, including more than 3,200 Jews, throughout the Nazi occupation of Rome during World War II.  During an academic workshop held September 7 at the Museum of the Shoah, located in Rome’s primary synagogue, representatives from the Pontifical Biblical […]

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