Table of contents for The Holocaust and Catholic conscience: Cardinal Aloisius Muench and the guilt question in Germany / Suzanne Brown-Fleming.

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Table of Contents
Introduction: Aloisius Muench and the Question of Guilt and Responsibility
Page 1
Chapter One: The Life and Career of Aloisius Muench
Page 48
Chapter Two: Excusing the Holocaust: The Sensation of One World in Charity
Page 89
Chapter Three: Comfort and Consensus: Aloisius Muench and the German Catholic Hierarchy,
Clergy, and Laity
Page 132 
Chapter Four: Granting Absolution: Muench and the Catholic Clemency Campaign
Page 159
Chapter Five: "The Longest Hatred"
Page 198
Conclusion: The Holocaust and Catholic Conscience
Page 242
Appendix A: Historiographical Essay: Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust
Page 247
Appendix B: Muench's Duties as Liaison Representative to OMGUS, 1946-1949
Page 265
Appendix C: One World in Charity, Full English Text (Fargo, 1946)
Page 268
Appendix D: One World in Charity, Illegal German Translation (French Zone, 1947)
Page 295
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Muench, Aloisius J. (Aloisius Joseph), 1889-1962.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Moral and ethical aspects.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.
Catholic church -- Foreign relations -- Germany.
Germany -- Foreign relations -- Catholic Church.
Christianity and antisemitism -- History -- 20th century.
Germany -- History -- 1945-1955.