Hitler was NOT a catholic by the way, he was at best a Pagan.
I wonder, PSacramento, how many times you have made this assertion and how many times it has been challenged. Hitler was a baptised Catholic, was a Catholic altarboy and had aspirations for the priesthood, so he was at one time definitely a catholic and your statement on its face is incorrect. He was not, however, a practising Catholic by any stretch of the imagination and all but renounced his faith in the Church but his writings indicate that he did not entirely abandon his belief in God:
"Everybody who has the right kind of feeling for his country is solemnly bound, each within his own denomination, to see to it that he is not constantly talking about the Will of God merely from the lips but that in actual fact he fulfils the Will of God and does not allow God's handiwork to be debased. For it was by the Will of God that men were made of a certain bodily shape, were given their natures and their faculties. Whoever destroys His work wages war against God's Creation and God's Will." (Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf p. 458, James Murphy translation.)
This was written, of course, before Hitler's rise to power and it is entirely feasible, despite the following 1941 entry in the diary of General Gerhard Engle quoting Hitler, that he merely represented any belief that suited his purpose:
"I am now as before a Catholic and will always remain so."
There are definitely strong indications of a paganistic bent to Hitler's psyche, for example the adoption of the swastika and other pagan odinist runes and the reintroduction of ancient German pagan holidays. There is considerable evidence the Nazis drew upon ancient German mythology and the occult to further their cause but whether or not they actually believed all this fluff is doubtful. However, and here's the kicker, there is no evidence that Hitler was an atheist in the strictest sense of the word.
I have a tendency to agree with you that the Fuhrer was not a Catholic per se, but everything else points to him being a theist, even if a pagan theist, and the debate whether or not he belonged to any organised religion including the Roman Catholic Church is, to an atheist, therefore moot.