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Old Jun 1, '12, 8:45 pm
kelly48 kelly48 is offline
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Default My thread never showed up

I entered a question on Ask an Apologist and it has never showed up. I asked for recommendations of the best books on Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust. What section should I ask that question in?

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Old Jun 1, '12, 8:53 pm
Dale_M Dale_M is offline
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Default Re: My thread never showed up

If you want an answer from an apologist who is on the staff of Catholic Answers, then you asked in the correct forum. I don't know when you submitted your question, but unfortunately, not all questions receive an answer (for a variety of reasons)

If you would like to get suggestions from the members of Catholic Answers Forums, then the best forum would be Apologetics, since it deals with historical controversies and other challenges to the faith.


I just did a quick search, and found a post by a staff docent who suggested some good reading regarding Pope Pius XII and the Jews.

His suggestions were made four years ago, so there may be better reading available now. But several of the links are to free articles, which has a certain advantage.

He did recommend one specific book: Hitler, the War, and the Pope

NB: a revised edition, with more recent information, is available on the Kindle
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