Tag: Nazism

Dietrich Bonhoeffer: the guardian angel of persecuted Christians

Bonhoeffer's most famous act of resistance was his involvement in the failed plot to assassinate Hitler in 1944.

Brandeis University suspends its partnership with Al-Quds about nazi salute

The Palestine Al-Quds campus involved demonstrators wearing black military gear, marched and raising the traditional Nazi salute.

Nazi symbols smeared on French basilica in Argenteuil

The parish lodged a complaint, investigations were launched by the police.

Catholic memorial vandalised by far-left extremists in Austria

The plaque at the memorial for the victims and resistance fighters from the rank of the ÖCV was smeared with anarchist symbols.

Babies with Down syndrome are being denied the right to be born in Denmark

The Danish National Board of Health reports that 95% of pregnant women whose fetus has a chromosomal abnormality opt for abortion.

Abortionists desecrated a cross commemorating the victims of Nazism in Poland

Anti-Catholic acts have multiplied in the last days in Poland amid pro-abortion and anti-government protests.

Professor Andrzej Nowak: "In 1920, Poland defeated the Evil Empire"

One hundred years after the Battle of Warsaw, Professor Andrej Nowak presents his book about the Polish-Bolshevik war of 1920.

Catholic priests, nuns were among those killed by Nazis

Half of all Poland’s Catholic priests, monks and nuns suffered repression during World War II, with more than 2,800 killed.

German Bishops admit that their predecessors failed to oppose National Socialism

"Both in September 1939 and later, there was no open protest of German Bishops against the National Socialists," says the text.

Japanese Catholics gratefully commemorated St. Maximilian Kolbe

In 1982, Pope John Paul II canonised Father Kolbe and declared him a martyr of charity.