Two kilometers from the Spanish borderand freedomBonifas was arrested.
“The endless roll calls in wind and hail; the dawn departure of those condemned to death the interminable, burdensome hours that weighed upon us like a ball and chain. We were crushed by the weight of our human condition.”
Pastor Bonifas’ answer to the absence of God from the camps is Jesus’ love for humanity but he warns that despite the Christian promise, the danger of totalitarianism is ever-present.
Aimé Bonifas was awarded the prestigious Otto Nuschke Prize in March 1987 in Berlin for his promotion of peace and understanding among nations.
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About the Author
Claude R. Foster is Professor of History at West Chester University.
Mildred M. Van Sice is certified by the Library of Congress as a Braille Transcriber with a specialty in transcribing French texts.