With Bound Hands: A Jesuit in Nazi Germany

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With Bound Hands: A Jesuit in Nazi Germany

With Bound Hands A Jesuit in Nazi Germany The Nazi persecution of Jews is well documented so when we think of Nazi persecution in World War II we often think of the suffering Jewish people In With Bound Hands we get a glimpse of Nazi perse

  • Title: With Bound Hands: A Jesuit in Nazi Germany
  • Author: Alfred Delp
  • ISBN: 9780829417944
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Nazi persecution of Jews is well documented, so when we think of Nazi persecution in World War II, we often think of the suffering Jewish people In With Bound Hands, we get a glimpse of Nazi persecution against Christians as we witness the imprisonment, and ultimate death, of Nazi resister and Jesuit priest Alfred Delp With Bound Hands by Mary Frances Coady tells ofThe Nazi persecution of Jews is well documented, so when we think of Nazi persecution in World War II, we often think of the suffering Jewish people In With Bound Hands, we get a glimpse of Nazi persecution against Christians as we witness the imprisonment, and ultimate death, of Nazi resister and Jesuit priest Alfred Delp With Bound Hands by Mary Frances Coady tells of Fr Delp s struggle to maintain his faith in the face of imminent death During Delp s six month incarceration and persecution at the hands of the Nazis, he writes of his fear, sadness, and anger, and then of his transformation from an unholy character into a saint Delp ultimately reflects on his love of God, sense of peace, and surrender prior to his execution.

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    1. David Szatkowski on said:

      Delp was an ordinary man who faced extraordinary evil in Nazi Germany. What is great about this account of his life, it is not a pious nor sentimental read. Rather, Delp's humanity, with its strengths and flaws, is allowed to be shown. The author makes sure we see both his courage and his fear, his strength and weakness. Like all of us, Delp had to decide how to be faithful in the face of evil. He also shows what it means to do one's best to be faithful to the good.

    2. Jeanie Mccarthy Pityinger on said:

      I was so impressed and touched by this telling of the life of Fr. Alfred Delp, S.J. - priest & martyr of the Nazis. He was a normal youth, rambunctious, rowdy, fun - raised in both the Lutheran and the Catholic faiths but finally deciding to make the Catholic faith his and with a calling to the priesthood. I was blessed by his teaching, and his passion. My heart broke with what he went through, I was encouraged by how he handled it and what he endured, I was blessed by his teaching - he cont [...]

    3. Don Klotz on said:

      Very well written. It was easy to follow the time line and plight of this poor Jesuit in Nazi Germany. It was his destiny to be persecuted for being a Catholic Jesuit. He was arrested for allegedly being involved in the July 20, 1944 plot to assassinate Hitler but in the end he was simply hated for being Catholic and wanting to "re-christen" Germany. His journey to complete surrender to God is compelling. The only drawback is that the letters presented are not the ones he wrote on various Christ [...]

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