The mission of Pave The Way Foundation (PTWF) is to identify and to remove non-theological obstacles between the religions, and to initiate historic gestures between the faiths. We do this in order to improve relations, and to unify the faiths to set a goal to universally end the malevolent use of religion.
In the furtherance of our mission, we have identified the controversy over the actions of the Holy See and that of the war time Pope Pius XII (Eugenio Pacelli), as one of the greatest obstacles between Christians and Jews. We have undertaken a four year private investigation to break the academic logjam that currently exists, and to finally open this period to scrutiny. We have identified individuals and original documents of this period and posted them on our website for worldwide scrutiny.
During the course of our work, we have located what would be considered a “treasure troth “of work related materials, gathered by the late Jesuit Father Robert Graham, during his study to publish the Acts of the Holy See During the War. There are an estimated 25,000 pages of notes, testimonies and exhibits in this collection.
Pave the Way Foundation wishes to clarify an interview that we gave earlier this week, with reference to the digitizing of the Graham documents. Pave the Way has been given permission to only catalog and digitized these documents. We have stated that the main subject matter, for which these documents have already been gathered, have already been published over forty years ago in the volumes of the Acts of the Holy See during the War. The Graham notes and corresponding exhibits are the sole property of the Jesuits and only the Jesuits can decide if and when they wish them to be published. PTWF is not publishing these documents as was previously reported.
Pave the Way Foundation is, however, continuing to publish many new documents on our website as they are discovered. There are several hundred pages of original documents, articles and video testimonies, currently available for worldwide study, already on our website www.ptwf.org
We apologize for any inconvenience this misunderstanding may have caused. We look forward to beginning the digitizing and cataloging process soon, in the hopes that the information uncovered will one day bring a closer understanding of the reality of the actions of the Holy See and the papacy of Pope Pius XII during one of history’s darkest periods.
Gary L. Krupp
About Pave the Way Foundation
Pave the Way Foundation is dedicated to bridging the non-theological gap between religions through cultural, technological, and intellectual gestures. The Foundation has a simple yet monumental vision: To enable all the world’s religions to mutually realize that extremism, politics and personal agendas must not be allowed to poison the true benevolent message common to all faiths. Bigotry and hatred must be abolished by the true faithful embracing their similarities and savoring their differences. More information on the Foundation can be found at www.ptwf.org.
Contact: David Hauser