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The kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara

Author: David I Kertzer; Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Publisher: New York : Alfred Knopf, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Bologna, 1858: A police posse, acting on the orders of a Catholic inquisitor, invades the home of a Jewish merchant, Momolo Mortara, wrenches his crying six-year-old son from his arms, and rushes him off in a carriage bound for Rome. His mother is so distraught that she collapses and has to be taken to a neighbor's house, but her weeping can be heard across the city. With this terrifying scene - one that would haunt
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kertzer, David I., 1948-
Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara.
New York : Alfred Knopf, 1997
(OCoLC)644305379
Named Person: Pio Mortara; Pio Mortara
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David I Kertzer; Mazal Holocaust Collection.
ISBN: 0679450319 9780679450313 0679768173 9780679768173
OCLC Number: 35829023
Description: xi, 350 pages : map ; 25 cm
Contents: Jews in the land of the Popes.-Mezuzah and the cross --
Edgardo's trip to Rome.-House of the Catechumens.-Pope Pius IX.-Pope denounced.-Servant's sex life.-International protests spread.-Church strikes back.-Sir Moses goes to Roe.-Uprising in Bologna.-Case against the Inquisitor.-Edgardo's escape.-Death in Florence.-Momolo's trial.
Responsibility: David Kertzer.
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Bologna, 1858: A police posse, acting on the orders of a Catholic inquisitor, invades the home of a Jewish merchant, Momolo Mortara, wrenches his crying six-year-old son from his arms, and rushes him off in a carriage bound for Rome. His mother is so distraught that she collapses and has to be taken to a neighbor's house, but her weeping can be heard across the city. With this terrifying scene - one that would haunt this family forever - David I. Kertzer begins his fascinating investigation of the dramatic kidnapping, and shows how the deep-rooted antisemitism of the Catholic Church would eventually contribute to the collapse of its temporal power in Italy.

As Edgardo's parents desperately search for a way to get their son back, they learn why he - out of all their eight children - was taken. Years earlier, the family's Catholic serving girl, fearful that the infant might die of an illness, had secretly baptized him (or so she claimed). Edgardo recovered, but when the story reached the Bologna inquisitor, the result was his order for Edgardo to be seized and sent to a special monastery where Jews were converted into good Catholics. His justification in Church teachings: No Christian child could be raised by Jewish parents.

The case of Edgardo Mortara became an international cause celebre. Although such kidnappings were not uncommon in Jewish communities across Europe, this time the political climate had changed. As news of the family's plight spread to Britain, where the Rothschilds got involved, to France, where it mobilized Napoleon III, and even to America, public opinion turned against the Vatican. The fate of this one boy came to symbolize the entire revolutionary campaign of Mazzini and Garibaldi to end the dominance of the Catholic Church and establish a modern, secular Italian state.

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