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Gracias, Sr. Gabriel. Leeré atentamente lo que me manda.
Ahora le mando yo una copia del artículo del blog "FIDES ET RATIO". Dígame si le parece serio. Dios lo bendiga.

Editó: Lic. Gabriel Pautasso


Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Pope John Paul II's mother was of Litvak Jewish ancestry and Pope Benedict XVI's grandmother Maria Tauber-Peintner of Bolzano, Italy (then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire) may have also been of Jewish ancestry from the Jewish Tauber family of Moravia and Hungary descended from Aaron Tauber of Moravia. It would seem that her mother Elisabeth Maria (Betty) Tauber (b.1834 Moravia) was born a Moravian Jewess who was cut off from her family when she became a Catholic. Moravia and Hungary were regions of the Habsburg ruled Austro-Hungarian Empire until World War 1.

Betty moved to the South Tyrol area of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (now part of Italy) where she had a daughter with Anton Peintner. Anton didn't marry her until about 3 years after the birth of their daughter Maria in Rasa in 1855. Betty was the daughter of Jacob Tauber (b.1811 d.1845)and Josefina (Peppi /Josefa) Knopfelmacher (b.1819 d.1886). Jacob Tauber was the son of Jonas Tauber and his wife Rebekah Zerkowitz. The Zerkowitz family claimed Kohen status.

Pope Benedict XVI is thus a descendant of the Maharal.

(1) Rabbi Yehuda Loew (Leib) ben Bezalel [the MaHaRal of Prague] (c.1512-1609), m. Perla Shmelkes-Reich(c.1516-1610)
(2) Vogele Loew (c.1556-1629) m. Rabbi Isak Ha-Cohen (c.1550-1624)
(3) Chava [Eva] Ha-Cohen (1580-1651) m. Rabbi Abraham Samuel Bachrach (1575-1615), Rabbi in Worms
(4) Rabbi (Moses) Samson / "Simson" / Bachrach (1607-1670), Rabbi in Goding, Leipnik, Prague, and Worms, m. Dobrusch Phobus (c.1610-1662)
(5) Rabbi Jair Chayim Bachrach, aka "the Chavas Yoir" (1638-1702), Rabbi in Worms, m. Sarah [Dinah Sorle] Brillin (c.1638-1703)
(6) Rabbi Samson / "Simson" / Bachrach (b. c.1657), wife's name unknown
(7) Malka Bachrach (b. c.1680), m. Rabbi Zalman Shpitz, president of Beit Din in Eisenstadt
(8) Sarl [Sarah] Shpitz (b. 1703), m. Rabbi Jacob Knoepflmacher (c.1700-before 1739), "the master", "chief rabbi in Mehrin"
(9) Nissel Knoepflmacher (b. c.1722), m. her father's youngest brother, Rabbi Moses Knoepflmacher(1718-1798) of Holesov
(10)Jacob Knopfelmacher (b.1739)m.Katharina (b.1740)
(11) Joachim Knopfelmacher (b.1764)m. Anna (b.1764)
(12) Markus Knopfelmacher (b.1786)m. Betty
(13)Josefina (Peppi/Josefa)Knopfelmacher (b.1809)m. Jacob Tauber (b.1811)
(14) Betty (Elisabeth Maria)Tauber (b.1834 Mahr. Weisskirchen Moravia )married in 1858 at Rio de Pusteria to Anton Peter Peintner
(15) Maria Tauber Peintner (b.1855 Rasa d.1930)m. Isidor Rieger
(16) Maria Peinter Rieger (b.1884)m. Joseph Ratzinger
(17) Joseph Alois Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI)

Tauber Genealogy

Aaron Tauber may have come from the Jewish community of the Tauber Valley in Bavaria from which he received his surname. He later moved to Moravia. The emblem of the Tauber family is the Dove connected to the name Jonas or Jonah. Aaron's father was Jonas of the Tauber who was a descendant of Rabbi Jonah Gerondi. It would seem that the Tauber ancestors took Catholic identity and names during the persecution of the Bavarian Jews and later openly reverted to Judaism in Moravia.

1. Aaron Tauber of Leipnik Moravia [b.1658]
2. Isaac Tauber of Leipnik Moravia [b.1690] older brother of Joachim Lobl (Leopold) Tauber of Holesov Moravia
3. Jacob Tauber of Lepnik Moravia [b.1715]
4. Jonas Tauber of Mahr. Weisskirchen Moravia [b.1739 d.1822] m. second wife Rebekah Zerkowitz [b.1788]
5. Jacob Tauber [b.1811]m. second wife Josefina Knopfelmacher
6. Betty Tauber [b.1834]

Posted by Gilbert of the Divine Presence at 5:43 PM

Toyin O. said...
Very informative, thnaks for sharing.
8:15 AM

Tiny Kraken said...
holy mackerel! we discoverd not too long ago that it appears my wife who is louisana creole had a jewish great-grandfather from portugal - i saw on the internet more recently, that where my grandfather came from nicastro, is famous for a jewish population and ghetto going back to the middle ages
4:43 AM

Rob of Toronto said...
Oy Vey!
Does this mean gefilte fish on Fridays from now on??
8:13 AM

Anonymous said...
I strongly recommend that you check your sources. No self respecting Jew would call his daughter "Maria" or "Betty" or "Elizabeth". Those are and were Christian names.
I think that if the Pope had Jewish blood I doubt he would be the Pope.
You might want to check with your local Chabad and they will be more than happy to confirm the above. Sorry but there goes another possible Revelation prophecy.
11:52 AM

Aharon (Athol Bloomer) said...
Well that shows how much you know about Jews. I know plenty of Jewish people who are called Elizabeth, Maria and Mary. In this case however Elisabeth Maria is the name she took at baptism, she was called Betty by her Jewish family before her conversion. In fact there are a number of Betty's and Maria's in the Tauber Jewish genealogy descended from the Moravian Jew Aaron Tauber. Many Jewish people have an ordinary name as well as a Hebrew name. For example I have a very good Jewish friend called Eric whose Hebrew name is Moshe. I suggest you do your research before you pontificate about what names Jews may or may not have.
8:17 PM

Aharon (Athol Bloomer) said...
You might have noticed that she was called Betty after her Jewish grandmother Betty Knopfelmacher.
8:36 PM

Aharon (Athol Bloomer) said...
Betty had a older half brother called Jonas Tauber (b.1832) and 8 younger siblings called Markus, Katharina, Justina, Michael,Julia, Sali, Fanni and Helena Tauber.
see http://alfredhanscom.tripod.com/zerkowitz.pdfhttp://alfredhanscom.tripod.com/zerkowitz.pdf
8:55 PM

Anonymous said...
Excuse me for my bad English, I hope that you can understand me.
I have shown your genealogy (pope Benedict XVI.) to a well-known church historian He has exactly investigated the family history of Benedikt XVI. He describes the family tree manufactured by you as a "nonsensical hypothesis":
1. The ancestors of Benedict XVI. on mother's side in South Tyrol/Italy can be verified up to the year 1667. "Moravia" ist nowhere mentioned.
2. The church historian has nowhere found the name "Knopfelmacher" in the family tree on mother´s side.
I ask you to remove this nonsensical family tree on your web site, also therefore, because this familiy tree is used by anti-Semites.
Paul Helmes
9:40 PM

Aharon (Athol Bloomer) said...
Dear Paul,
I will be quite happy to remove this post if you provide the names and birth records of Elisabeth Maria Tauber and her parents. Who are her parents according to your friend?
4:14 AM

Brother Gilbert of the Divine Presence (Athol) said...
Still no answer from Paul about who his church historian says Betty Tauber's parents are? Seemed so keen to convince me that the Taubers were not Jewish but provides no names or details at all.
6:42 AM

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