In the first Morasha shiur, we discussed basic questions of faith in God, Torah sources about national devastation, Jewish explanations for such suffering, and how the Holocaust was a preparation for a burgeoning of Jewish life. This second shiur looks at the Jews who were caught in the horrors of the Holocaust and demonstrated an astounding faith in God and Judaism. We will see how their faith was manifested by practicing chesed and performing mitzvot, and those who died as martyrs, al Kiddush Hashem, sanctifying God’s name.