There are those who would regard the conjunction of the words holy and Auschwitz as blaspheming against both Auschwitz’s victims and their God, especially when conjoined on behalf of, rather than by, the victims.Yet it is surely possible to suggest, as will this chapter, that Jews could establish sacred space and time within Auschwitz without claiming that Auschwitz – a palpably demonic institution – was itself holy, a place appointed by God for the exercise of God’s will and purpose.