Few men are interested in learning what Jewish Organisations did and did not do during the time the Nazis were committing war crimes against the Jews during World War Two.
Pope Pius XII is routinely criticised for "not doing enough" to protect Jews in foreign countries while Rome was occupied by the Nazis. However, like anti semitism "not doing enough" is never defined.
In America, there was no Nazi occupation but Jewish Groups here were more silent about the atrocities committed against Jews than was The Pope who has been relentlessly criticised for decades. Why is that ?
Well, one way to avoid having to explain the silence of Jewish Groups about war Crimes against the Jews is to direct the world's attention to the putative failures of Pope Pius XII.
Why are Catholics so reluctant to ask Jewish Groups what they were not doing during those malign years and to explain their silence?