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PleaseFaceWall 2 points ago +3 / -1

Did catholics attend mass on Sunday in 1940s Germany?

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akira2501 4 points ago +4 / -0

Just casually walking past the state forcing your children to participate in mandatory programs to act like a "day of worship" technicality is the real argument. Yea.. okay. The state has no business with my children or anyone else's under any circumstance.

Anyways.. wasn't most of the country actually Protestant?

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PleaseFaceWall 6 points ago +7 / -1

Not sure what southern Germany was predominantly in the early 1900s but Hitler was raised Catholic.

The argument of forced German indoctrination schools being bad for kids then should be equally applied to government public schools today, which are indoctrination camps pushing CRT, LGBT, BLM, etc.

Except the difference between the two examples are night and day, one objectively good the other blood boiling. One we demonize the other we rationalize and tolerate.