Religion: In France

The French Catholic Church, stripped of property rights by the Anti-Clerical laws of 1905, has been given legal status by the present Government France has made peace with the Pope.

By special decree, the former property of the Church will be put in charge of regional corporations each under a Bishop, responsible to the Pope. The Pope accepts this arrangement.


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