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The Catholic Church, Abortion, and Elections in the Federal Republic (August 31, 1972)

“Between Berlin and Rome” (1875)

“Modus vivendi” (1878)

Bismarck Introduces Ludwig Windthorst to His Wife Johanna (May 3, 1879)

Kulturkampf Legislation (May 31, 1875)

German Bishops at Fulda – Pastoral Letter by the Conference of Catholic Bishops (August 23, 1945)

The Chairman of the Conference of Catholic Bishops in Fulda, Cardinal Joseph Frings, on the Reorganization of the Marriage and Family Law (January 30, 1953)

“Being a Christian in a Time of Need”: 72nd German Catholic Congress in Mainz (September 1-5, 1948)

Pastoral Sermon by Cardinal Frings against the Film Die Sünderin (February 28, 1951)

OMGUS Survey on Attitudes toward Religion and the Church (March 8, 1946)

Reich Concordat between the Holy See and the German Reich (July 20, 1933)

Excerpt from the Minutes of a Conference of Reich Ministers (July 14, 1933)

Signing of the Reich Concordat (July 20, 1933)

Hitler Greets Reich Bishop Ludwig Müller and Abbot Albanus Schachleitner at the “Reich Party Congress for Unity and Strength” (September 1934)

“With Deep Anxiety”: Papal Encyclical on the Situation of the Catholic Church in the German Reich (March 14, 1937)

Proceedings against the Bishop of Meissen, Peter Legge, for Foreign Currency Exchange Violations (1935)

SS Report on a Catholic Sermon (December 30, 1936)

Excerpt from Bishop von Galen’s Sermon; Government Correspondence about Galen’s Sermon and the Charges against Him (August 1941)

Letter from Bishop of Limburg to the Reich Minister of Justice (August 13, 1941)

Catholic Mass in the “Priests’ Barracks” of Dachau (1942)

Headline: “We are Pope!” [“Wir sind Papst”] (April 2005)

Pope Benedict XVI Visits his Native Bavaria (September 10, 2006)