That is largely untrue, and extremely unfair. You could do well to follow your advice to Heath and google things before posting random rubbish. Pre the rise of Hitler the Catholic population of Germany (and most specifically, Munich) were no fans of the Nazi party. With the later rise of the party, the Nazis actually set about removing all religion, most certainly including the Catholics. In the between time it was a case of, 'if you Catholics leave us alone politically, we Nazis will leave you alone and not kill you' that was about the strength of the relationship.
You will of course find some Catholics who were supporters of the Nazi party, and you will find some Catholics were kiddie fiddlers, but you will also find both of these things existent in much larger numbers too, within the general population of the world. The Catholic Church is not too dissimilar to many organisations worldwide in that regard, they are by and large just an approximation of the society from which it draws it's members.
Aaron it has been proved that the Nazi's had money in the Vatican Bank so what does that say to you. They would not have wanted this to have been found out back then. The Vatican acted as bankers for the Nazi's not good to hear. By the way I am of German descent before we go any further!