And that is precisely the difference between Judaism and Christianity: Judaism requires a conscience and accountability for one's actions, whereas Christianity is more concerned with belief. Just because the Church canonizes a bigot doesn't make him a saint in everyone's eyes. When faith informs positive and loving actions, that is the ideal. When faith fans the flames of hatred, that, sir in my book, isn't a faith at all - it's a political system bent on destruction of a perceived enemy which may or may not be such. Christianity built itself up - and justifies its continued existence - by making Jews and others look bad in its adherents' eyes, and that's not just shameful, it's sinful...
Remand of Meir Ettinger, Israel's most wanted Jewish terror suspect, extended (Haaretz)
from the article: Benedict at Auschwitz: unanswered questions