furtherance of the mission of PTWF, we are tasked to remove
obstacles between the religions. Mindful of this, we have initiated
the independent investigation of the Papacy of
Pope Pius XII. This time in history has been a source of
friction between the Jews and Catholics since 1963.
PTWF has privately undertaken an extensive
investigation of this historical period. We have conducted in depth
interviews and used our access to identify significant documents of
this tumultuous time in history. We believe that our work will result in
helping to eliminate one
of the greatest obstacles in religious unity.
Below are the in depth interviews conducted by PTWF
to try to uncover new information of this controversial period in history.
I think you will find these interviews very surprising, so take your
time in reviewing them.
Please note that we are not professional historians
or academics. We are simply attempting to locate and make available
all information about this period to the widest possible audience in
order to come to understand the "true history." We believe through
this work that we may one day see this major cause of
inter-religious friction resolved.
We encourage international historians and scholars to access our
restricted page containing a vast collection of documents for
The link below will take you to the complete collection
of documents, newspaper Articles, video
testimonies, important articles relative to the papacy of Pope Pius
XII. This page is restricted, and requires
registration at no charge.
published in Polish in
Zaglada Żydów, Studia I Materialy as “Papież
Pius XII i Żydzi. Diaczego powinien zostać beatyfikowany?”
[“Pope Pius XII and the Jews: Why
Should He Be Beatified?”] in Zaglada Żydów, Studia I
vol. 5 (2009)
Left is Dr. Robert Moynihan's interview with
Jewish historian Michael
Tagliacozzo, responsible for the Beth Lohame Haghettaot of Haifa, Israel (Center of Studies on
the Shoah and Resistance in Italy and Mr. Juraj Adam a Jewish survivor of the
Holocaust who worked with the nuncio of Hungary to save Jews.