Now....forward to the post:
I think one of the forgotten goods of history has been the actions of the Pope John XXIII during the Shoah. Pius XII was and is a bit controversial, but John XXIII should be one of the Righteous Among the nations.
He was one of those who saved the honor of the Church.
Others who deserve mention are:
^This man was one of the leaders of the German resistance to the Nazis.
Then there's ol' Pius XII himself:
He hid Jews in the monasteries of the Church, saving them from Nazi evil.
And last but not least is the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Even in the midst of darkness and evil, there was light. And the light was good.