Christa Pongratz-Lippitt
The Tablet, May 16, 2015, p. 32
Jakob Gapp, SM
Looking back over my 26 years as "The Tablet’s" Vienna correspondent, I can think of no more remarkable story than that of Blessed Jakob Gapp.

The Tablet has reported on many despots and regimes but few have matched the Nazis for their ruthlessness in dealing with their opponents. For one reader of this publication, it was the journal itself that was seen as evidence of his stand against Hitler—a stand that led to his death.