I am deeply sorry for what happened to you and your families and folks and I deeply respect your statement. It is terrible, what the Nazis did and it is terrible, that humanity isn't so strong, that the surroundings and here the Vatican did nothing in order to prevent it. However this doesn't mean, that the article is wrong. It is rather questionalble, if the Church could have helped in that situation. It is no mark of heroism, maybe the church could have done more; maybe they kept silence in order to prevent themselves. The article showed that it is rather likley, that the Church looked for ways to withstand the Nazis, but not to confront or to provoke them. To say it with a Christina impetus, if there is any spirtual possibility to heel, what happened to you and yours I hope so much it will happen and I hope that it will also happen to those, who were blind and cruel or ignorant. That's all, what might make a change.
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from the article: 'Pope Pius XII saved thousands of Jews'