Thursday, March 12, 2009

Rome's Jewish Cemetery: saved during WWII...

Part of Rome's Campo Verano cemetery is Rome's Jewish Cemetery. It's lovely to visit and pray among the tombs. Would be nice to see the story told as nobody asks why the famous Rome Synagoue or the Rome Jewish cemetery stood unmolested during the war years. This is because the Holy See did what it could and saved them.

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