Robert Leiber

Robert Leiber

Robert Leiber, S.J. (10 April 1887 – 18 February 1967), close advisor to Pope Pius XII, a Jesuit priest from Germany was Professor for Church History at the Gregorian University in Rome from 1930-1960. Leiber was, according to Zuccotti, "throughout his entire papacy his private secretary and closest advisor".

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Robert Leiber - Statements On Pius XII and The Holocaust
... information Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust After the war, Leiber became actively involved in the debates over the legacy of Pius XII during the Holocaust, frequently ... Leiber wrote an article, published on March 27, 1963 in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, the main argument of which was that Pius XII had little ... As Lieber related to Dutch historian Ger van Roon, Leiber believed that Pius XII chose not to speak out about the Holocaust because he "wanted to play the peacemaker during the war" by maintaining Vatican ...

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