From "Breaking the silence: the Catholic Church in Argentina and the ‘dirty war’" by Horacio Verbitsky in OpenDemocracy.net:
Among the horrors of Argentina’s military rule that “disappeared” up to 30,000 citizens from 1976-83, the complicity of senior figures in the Catholic hierarchy is becoming known thanks to the investigations of writer Horacio Verbitsky. openDemocracy publishes an exclusive extract from his new book, “The Silence”.
It is well known today how some leftist ideologies of liberation have lent themselves to the establishment of totalitarianism. It is less often noted how the same temptations exist for defenders of religion and tradition, as well.