Germany's Catholic Bishops Insist that Moral Stands Not Taken for Political Ends

Germany's Catholic Bishops Insist that Moral Stands Not Taken for Political Ends

Catholic Clergy Give the Hitler Salute Alongside Nazi Officials
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The Fulda Bishops' Conferences insists that when the clergy condemn something as contrary to natural law, this isn't done out of any desire for political power. Instead, it is done out of a duty to conscience and natural law.

Catholic bishops in Germany are concerned that defenses of Catholic principle not be perceived as disloyalty to Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime.

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