Shining Souls – Champions of Humanity

Father Desbois: We have to teach the Holocaust as a personal crime.

By STEVEN SAXE
February 6, 2019 15:38
Shining Souls – Champions of Humanity

Our Memory: Paneriai (Ponary), Lithuania, where up to 100,000 Jews were murdered between July 1941 and August 1944. (photo credit: INNA ROGATCHI)

 
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Father Patrick Desbois, a French Catholic priest honored recently by The Rogatchi Foundation, believes that Holocaust denial and ignorance must be countered with the right kind of education.

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