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 Reichskonkordat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Protests culminated in the papal encyclical "Mit brennender Sorge" ("With Burning Sorrow") of 1937 of Pope Pius XI.
After World War II After World War II, some challenged the validity of the Reichskonkordat but on 26 March 1957 the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany (Bundesverfassungsgericht) finally decided that the concordat was still valid.
Mit brennender Sorge Pope Pius XI's encyclical Mit brennender Sorge, 1937 (English translation).
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 Mit brennender Sorge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Mit brennender Sorge (German for "With deep anxiety") is an encyclical of Pope Pius XI, published on March 10, 1937 (but bearing a date of Passion Sunday, March 14).
Mit brennender Sorge in English on Vatican.va (http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/pius_xi/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-xi_enc_14031937_mit-brennender-sorge_en.html)
Mit brennender Sorge in German on StJosef.at (http://www.stjosef.at/dokumente/mit_brennender_sorge.htm)
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 Zenit News Agency - The World Seen From Rome
Q: The encyclical "Mit Brennender Sorge" and the fact that Hitler was not able to visit the Vatican show the Holy See's hostility to the Nazi regime.
The sources show that the encyclical was interpreted at that time, by the majority of Western countries not linked to Germany, as a courageous act of denunciation of Nazism, of racist doctrines, and of the idolatry of the state that it professed, as well as of its violent methods of social discipline.
Of course, "Mit Brennender Sorge" was received in different ways, according to the sensibility and political culture of many of the people who read it.
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 Mit Brennender Sorge - TheBestLinks.com - Germany, German language, Latin, March 10, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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The encyclical was adressed to German bishops and to German Catholics and was read in all parish churches of Germany.
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 The Holocaust Chronicle PROLOGUE: Roots of the Holocaust, page 112
Issued on March 14, this encyclical protested the Catholic Church's difficulties in Germany, accused the Nazi government of violating its word, and warned against the deification of race, nation, and state.
"Mit brennender Sorge" spoke of "God-given rights" and invoked a "human nature" that went beyond national boundaries.
Instead of protesting antisemitism, in fact, "Mit brennender Sorge" referred to the Chosen people as those who were "constantly straying" from God and who had crucified Christ.
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 The Popes Against the Jews
In 1928, the Vatican under his leadership issued a statement that was cited by rescuers during the Holocaust.
In 1937, Pius issued the papal encyclical Mit brennender Sorge.
Mit brennender Sorge strongly condemned the neo-paganism of Nazi theories.
www.catholicleague.org /research/kertzer.htm   (1449 words)

 Tradition, Family, and Property
Mit brennender Sorge, for its clarity, for its invoking of the truths of the Catholic Faith and their opposition to Nazi neopaganism, for its condemnation of racism and the totalitarian State, caused a violent shock to Germany and in international public opinion.
One may not pretend that Mit brennender Sorge did not exist or that Cardinal Pacelli did not play a crucial role in its promulgation.
The truth of the matter is that this encyclical is an uncomfortable, politically incorrect document, like Divini Redemptoris against communism, since it proves that the Church raised its voice, with a doctrinal strength unknown to liberal democracies, against the double-headed monster of the twentieth century.
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 Amazon.com: Hitler and the Vatican : Inside the Secret Archives That Reveal the New Story of the Nazis and the Church: ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
At a given moment, the whole idea was shelved because Pius XI and Secretary of State Eugenio Pacelli [the future Pius XII] began to prepare the encyclical "Mit Brennender Sorge" [against Nazism].
The publication of "Mit Brennender Sorge" was kept secret for security reasons.
"Mit Brennender Sorge" was read and distributed in all churches during the Mass on Sunday, March 21, 1937.
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 The Holy See vs. The Third Reich
The encyclical Mit brennender Sorge ("With burning anxiety") was one of the strongest condemnations of a national regime that the Holy See had ever published.
Unlike most encyclicals, which are written in Latin, Mit brennender Sorge was written in German.
Mit brennender Sorge condemned not only the persecution of the Church in Germany but also the neopaganism of Nazi theories, the idolizing of the state, and the use of race and bloodlines to judge human value.
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 Martin Rhonheimer< -- The Holocaust: What Was Not Said
They point to the Church's uncompromising condemnation of Nazi racial doctrine, most specifically in the encyclical Mit brennender Sorge (1937), and to the Nazis' increasing hatred of the Catholic Church, viewed by them as the heir of Judaism because of its roots in the Jewish Old Testament.
We are told that the Church's condemnation of racism and the Nazi ideology of the state, expressed most clearly in Mit brennender Sorge, and in the "Syllabus against Racism" of 1938 (a Vatican decree directing Catholic universities throughout the world to counter racist theories), was clear to everyone.
The encyclical Mit brennender Sorge is a prime example, since it confirms that the Catholic Church, and especially the German bishops who were in the front line, did risk total confrontation with the Nazi state.
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 Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust By Thomas Craughwell
It does not make any difference whether they flock to the banners of the social revolution, whether they are guided by a false conception of the world and of life, or whether they are possessed by the superstition of a race and blood cult.
The main point of Mit brennender sorge was to urge the Catholics of Germany to resist all appeals to abandon their Catholic faith for the quasi-paganism of Hitler's German National Church.
Yet Pacelli and Pius XI did not neglect to attack the racism that was a fundamental part of National Socialism: "Whoever exalts race, or the people, or the State, a particular form of State, or the repositories of power, or any other fundamental value of the worldly community...
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 ★ Weihnachtsgeschenke - Sportbuch - Sportbücher - Fitnessbuch - Tour Buch ★   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Nach seinem Sieg beim Halbmarathon in Granollers (Spanien) hat Haile Gebrselassie in einem Interview mit der spanischen „Marca“ angekündigt, er wolle den Marathon-Weltrekord angreifen - wann ließ der sympathische Äthiopier allerdings offen.
Die beiden Mittelfeldspieler plagen sich mit Oberschenkel-Verletzungen herum.
Mit diesem Angebot sind die Verantwortlichen vom Zuckerhut an den Automobil-Weltverband FIA herangetreten.
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 Winter Books: Assessing the church's role in the Reich
Godman provides a fascinating view of the drafting of Mit Brennender Sorge (“With Deep Anxiety”), which Pius XI issued in 1937 to condemn Nazi violations of the 1933 concordat.
He also acknowledges that the encyclical was read from the pulpits of every Catholic church in Germany on Palm Sunday, 1937, but fails to point out that according to the recently released documents, anyone who printed or distributed the encyclical was subject to arrest.
It was in this period that Pius XI issued Mit Brennender Sorge.
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 Catholic Culture : Document Library : The Selling of a Myth
Number 1: He asserts that the encyclical Mit brennender Sorge had no explicit condemnation of anti-Semitism, and that its anti-Nazi message was largely overshadowed.
Mit brennender Sorge is properly translated "With burning concern," not "With deep concern," as Cornwell translates it.
In fact, Pacelli changed the title from Mit grosser Sorge (With much concern) to the more strident Mit brennender Sorge.
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 In the Shadow of Mt. Hollywood
I've already mentioned here the difficulties Zen Buddhists face in dealing with the active support and collaboration that Zen masters provided to the Japanese military regime before and during World War II.
Some people look hard for connections between the Vatican and the Third Reich, though the historical record is plain (through documents like the encyclical Mit brennender Sorge) that the Catholic Church opposed the Nazi takeover in Germany.
But even if one were to grant some sub rosa support by the Vatican for the Nazis, it would be nothing compared to the active diplomatic cover and day-to-day endorsement by Zen masters of Japanese imperialist policies.
mthollywood.blogspot.com /2005/07/japanese-history-and-new-age.html   (468 words)

Mit Brennender Sorge (1937) of Pius XI, and Summi Pontificatus (1939) of Pius XII, formed the basis for every protest against Nazi and Fascist policies by the Church, either by the Vatican, the popes themselves, or by local bishops and hierarchies.
In his pastoral letter, the bishop included texts by the German Catholic Bishops in their 1941 pastoral letter from Fulda as well as sections from the pastoral letter by the Catholic bishops of the Netherlands.
The Roman Catholic Church was the next target, and Hitler pursued a systematic and tireless war against the Church throughout the war years.
www.catholicleague.org /pius/piusnyt/moralorder.htm   (3597 words)

 The New York Review of Books: THE VATICAN AND HITLER
In support, O'Brien cites Christian protests in 1941 against the killing of mentally and physically ill Germans which, he claims, stopped the Nazi "euthanasia" program, and the 1937 Papal Encyclical, Mit Brennender Sorge, a public protest against Nazi church policies, which enraged Hitler, but did not lead to Nazi retaliation.
Nor did Mit Brennender Sorge temper Nazi harassment of the Catholic Church (Helmreich, The German Churches under Hitler, chapter 14).
It is true that Hitler never went to the brink in his campaign against Catholicism.
www.nybooks.com /articles/3866   (1303 words)

 Los Angeles Lay Catholic Mission | April 2003 | Articles | Simplistic, Dishonest, and Misleading, by Martin Mazloom
Said Rychlak, "If Pius XII had issued an encyclical like that, it would've lasted 24 hours, and the Vatican would've lasted 30 minutes.
In fact, Mit brennender Sorge had to be smuggled into Germany in 1937.
There was no free press in Germany." According to Rychlak's essay, Mit brennender Sorge, an encyclical issued by Pope Pius XI when Pacelli was his secretary of state, "is one of the strongest condemnations of any national regime that the Holy See has ever published.
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In the 1937 encyclical 'Mit Brennender Sorge', the Pope made known his motive for signing.
Many writers give the impression that the Holy See was the only body negotiating with Hitler at the time and, by signing, the Pope was the first respectable authority to recognise Hitler's government.
The Nazi government was persecuting the Church between 1933 and 1937, and this increased after the publication of the Encyclical, 'Mit Brennender Sorge'.
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 In defense of Pope Pius XII - By Robert G. Fin - Homiletic & Pastoral Review - November 2000
In 1937, Pacelli was the author of the German language encyclical Mit Brennender Sorge (With burning Anxiety).
It was issued by Pope Pius XI, who was in declining health.
These laws passed by the Reichstag and signed by Hitler were upheld by Germany’s highest court, the Reichsgericht in 1936.
www.catholic.net /rcc/Periodicals/Homiletic/2000-11/fin.html   (1774 words)

 The Historical Society, Boston University
Kertzer did not deliberately omit evidence; rather, the note indicates that he fished the information out of an encyclopedia, which means he did not read the original document.
What is worse, Kertzer neglects serious treatment of the one encyclical that bears directly on his project, Mit brennender Sorge (1937).
Kertzer acknowledges that, in Mit brennender, Pius XI criticized the Nazi regime, but he insists that the Pope made ‘no direct attack on anti-Semitism’ (p.
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In response to the dishonest and slanderous attacks now being made against his good name, the following evidence is given...
As Cardinal Pacelli, he drafted the famous papal encyclical, MIT BRENNENDER SORGE, which denounced Nazi paganism and racism.
The document was smuggled into Germany in March, 1937 and read from all Catholic pulpits.
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 PetersNet: Pius XI, Mit Brennender Sorge (On the Church and German Reich)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 Jerry Bowyer - Mit brenneder Sorge
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Mit brennender Sorge, the Vatican’s formal condemnation of Nazism, was released under the signature of Pope Pius XI, though most people believe that it was drafted in large part by Cardinal Secretary of State Eugenio Pacelli, the future Pope Pius XII.
Unlike most encyclicals, which are written in Latin, Mit brennender Sorge was written in German for wider dissemination in that country.
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MIT BRENNENDER SORGE ENCYCLICAL OF POPE PIUS XI ON THE CHURCH AND THE GERMAN REICH MARCH 14, 1937 To the Venerable Brethren the Archbishops and Bishops of Germany and other Ordinaries in Peace and Communion with the Apostolic See.
And what the representatives of the venerable episcopate, who visited Us in Our sick room, had to tell Us, in truth and duty bound, has not modified Our feelings.
Made available to the net by: Paul Halsall Halsall@murray.fordham.edu
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