Cardinal von Faulhaber: Concordat with Vatican Increases Hitler's Prestige in the World Hot

Cardinal von Faulhaber: Concordat with Vatican Increases Hitler's Prestige in the World

Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber
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Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber of Bavaria delivers a sermon in Munich in which he explains how the signing of the Concordat between the Vatican and Nazi Germany substantially increased Hitler's prestige around the world.

Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber tells people:

"At a time when the heads of the major nations in the world faced the new Germany with cool reserve and considerable suspicion, the Catholic Church, the greatest moral power on earth, through the Concordat expressed its confidence in the new German government. This was a deed of immeasurable significance for the reputation of the new government abroad."

This "greatest moral power on earth" concluded a peace treaty with what is arguably the greatest immoral power on earth. Neither the Vatican nor Faulhaber himself will raise hardly any protest against all of the incredibly immoral things which it is doing now or will do in the coming years. Faulhaber is not criticizing others for seeing Hitler in a better light because of the Concordat; on the contrary, he perceives this as an unequivocal good for Germany.


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