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AJFF: Holy Silence

February 16, 2020    4:45pm

The Catholic Church’s response to the Holocaust is examined via historic film, rare documents and current interviews, revealing a failure of moral authority. Pope Pius XI overtly decried the anti-Semitism of 1938 Germany, but his successor took a starkly different stance. What more might the Church have done to halt the Final Solution and help Europe’s Jews? As the Vatican prepares to open its secret WWII archives in March 2020, this timely exposé examines all sides of a hotly debated topic.



Running Time 

72 minutes

Series: Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

Venue: Byers Theatre

Cost: $14-$16