Pope Pius XII said key to Catholic underground saving Jews
Catholic World News - January 14, 2010
An elderly Italian priest who served as a chaplain to Mussolini’s forces during World War II has revealed that Pope Pius XII set up an underground network to rescue Jews from the Nazi Holocaust. Father Giancarlo Centioni, who is 97, said that he is the last surviving member of that network, which was developed inside Germany by Catholic activists with the Pope’s active support.
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