John Cornwell notes the "powerful words" on the theme of the "unity of the human race" and the use of a quotation from Saint Paul that in Christ there is "neither Greek nor Jew, circumcision nor uncircumcision".
To Zucotti, the letter cannot be depicted as a campaign against anti-Judaism but was still "made a valuable statement". Background[ edit ] Two Popes served through the Nazi period: And in order to give external expression to these, Our intentions, We have chosen the forthcoming Feast of Christ the King to raise to the Episcopal dignity at the Tomb of the Apostles twelve representatives of widely different peoples and races.
In the midst of the disruptive contrasts which divide the human family, may this solemn act proclaim to all Our sons, scattered over the world, that the spirit, the teaching and the work of the Church can never be other than that which the Apostle of the Gentiles preached: Roosevelt began to re-establish American diplomatic relations with the Vatican after a seventy-year hiatus and dispatched Myron C.
The blood of countless human beings, even noncombatants, raises a piteous dirge over a nation such as Our dear Poland, which, for its fidelity to the Church, for its services in the defense of Christian civilization, written in indelible characters in the annals of history, has a right to the generous and brotherly sympathy of the whole world, while it awaits, relying on the powerful intercession of Mary, Help of Christians, the hour of a resurrection in harmony with the principles of justice and true peace.
The encyclical is subtitled "On the Unity of Human Society". The Nazi Government was the only government not to send a representative to his coronation. In accordance with these principles of equality, the Church devotes her care to forming cultured native clergy and gradually increasing the number of native Bishops.
Anti-Semitism is inadmissible; spiritually we are all Semites. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica: The terms of the Treaty were not kept by Hitler. Taylor as his personal representative. Historian of the Holocaust Martin Gilbert wrote: Protests to Nazi Germany prior to pontificate[ edit ] As Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Pacellimade some 55 protests against Nazi policies, including its "ideology of race".
Cardinal Pacelli later to become Pope Pius XII addressed the conference and, according to Holocaust scholar and historian Michael PhayerPacelli described the Jews as people "whose lips curse [Christ] and whose hearts reject him even today".
The Pope or his Secretary of State gave the final fiat for the editorial content of the journal. Where there is neither Gentile nor Jew, circumcision nor uncircumcision, barbarian nor Scythian, bond nor free.
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