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Rabbi and Author of "The Myth of Hitler's Pope" Lectures at Belmont Abbey

The Rabbi David G. Dalin, author of "The Myth of Hitler's Pope" will speak about Pope Pius' efforts to save Jews in Europe during the holocaust later this month at Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina. In recent years, anti-Pope Pius fanaticism has reached deafening proportions. Rabbi Dalin's book counters that with facts and testimonies of those who lived through that time. Rabbi Dalin was formerly the Taube Research Fellow in American History at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and is currently a professor of history and politics at Ave Maria University in Florida.
The Thomas More Scholars of Belmont Abbey College invite you to join them on Monday, October 31  to hear Rabbi David G. Dalin speak about his most recent book, The Myth of Hitler’s Pope, which focuses on the efforts of Pope Pius XII to save Jews in Europe during the Holocaust.  The lecture will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. in the Haid Theatre on the campus of Belmont Abbey College and is free to the public. Following the lecture, Rabbi Dalin will be selling and signing copies of his book. Seating is limited (less than 200), so please reserve your seat by CLICKING HERE.

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