From ....... National Catholic Reporter
November 11, 1994
A JEWISH ORGANIZATION has asked the Vatican to help reopen European church records that could identify thousands of Jewish children who were baptized and thus saved from Nazi persecution during World War II.
"I'm convinced that if these records are released, they will reveal a heroic chapter of church history," said Abraham Foxman, U.S. director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
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Remember this the next time someone claims or insinuates
that RCs were persecuted by Nazis the same way Jews were.
In many cases in which the Jewish parents survived the holocaust,
the RC foster parents refused to return the children.