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Hilarius Breitinger

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Hilarius Breitinger, OFM Conv (7 June 1907 – 23 August 1994) was a German Franciscan prelate made apostolic administrator of the Reichsgau Wartheland during World War II by Pope Pius XII, one of the most controversial examples of the reorganization of occupied dioceses during World War II. Breitinger's appointment and those like it were the justification of the Polish Provisional Government for declaring the Concordat of 1925 "null and void" in 1945. Early life Breitinger was born as Lorenz Breitinger on 7 June 1907 in Glattbach near Aschaffenburg. His parents were Martin, a carpenter, and Barbara Breitinger. He decided to study theology and enter the Order of Friars Minor ("Franciscans") after high school. He was ordained in 1932. According to Phayer, Breitinger is the "key to unraveling" the contradictory accounts of Catholicism in Poland between Poles of German ethnicity (Nazi term Volksdeutsche) and those of Polish ethnicit
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