A singular defender of the West, who sought the restoration of reason as its crowning achievement.
The columns of Ferrara.
A journey into Italian Jewish history.
The opening of Pope Pius XII’s archives sheds new light on his relations with the Third Reich and his attitude toward the “Jewish problem.”
His medical school had a special diploma for Jewish students.
For both Jews and Catholics.
To embrace such a development will require them to put aside centuries of theological doctrine. Will they prove able to do so? Should they?
Jews have made heroic efforts to help their own—and also to condemn violence against Christians.
Recent popes have indeed been friendlier to Jews than any before. But realizing the full implications of that friendship could take generations.
Yitzḥak Halevi Herzog and the hidden children.
Protestant evangelical Zionism has a centuries-old pedigree. Could Catholic Zionism, evolving over the last half-century, become official Church teaching?
His father’s pleas to FDR accomplished little.
Pope Francis should step in on their behalf.
How the idea of Jerusalem’s status as an “international city” became embedded in countless UN resolutions and foreign policies, and why it is utterly baseless.