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They must not be forgotten : heroic priests and nuns who saved people from the Holocaust

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Call Number282.4 R73t
Dates[2005]; ©2005
Statement of Responsibilityby Sally M. Rogow.
Creators & ContributorsRogow, Sally M. (Sally Muriel) (author)
Catholic Church (subject)
Marie-Benoît, de Bourg d’Iré (subject)
Beccari, Arrigo (subject)
Renot, Eugenia (subject)
Slachta, Margit (subject)
Sztark, Adam (subject)
Chaillet, Pierre (subject)
Borkowska, Anna (subject)
André, Joseph (subject)
SummaryThis book is a "compilation of true stories of rescue by Catholic priests and nuns in Europe during World War II. Based on documented accounts, these stories depict how goodness can prevail even in the darkest times. The heroism and sacrifice of the priests and nuns whose stories are told in the book have been recognized and honored by [Yad Vashem]." —Back cover
  1. Introduction
  2. A Courageous Rescue: The Story of Assisi
  3. Father Marie Benoit
  4. Don Arrigo Beccari: A Safe Haven in Villa Emma
  5. Sister Alfonsa
  6. Rescue in Hungary: The Bravery of Sister Margit Slachta
  7. Refuge in the Ecole St. Francis and Escape to Switzerland
  8. Father Adam Sztark
  9. Resistance and Rescue: Father Pierre Chaillet
  10. The Daring Rescue at the Tres-Saint-Saveur Convent
  11. Sister Anna Borkowska
  12. Father Joseph Andre: Rescue in Belgium
  13. Rescue in Rome
  14. More Heroes
Physical Description 134 pages ; 21 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherMartinsburg, WV : Holy Fire Publishing
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 127–134)
RecognitionGifted in 2006 by Sally M. Rogow