Foreign News Notes, May 4, 1925

Charges that the Pope was interfering with German politics reached such a stage that Cardinal Gasparri, Vatican Secretary of State, wrote to Germania, journal of the Catholic or Centre Party:

"The Vatican categorically denies the interpretation, given by the German conservative papers, that expressions appearing in the Osservatore Romano concerning Socialism are to be construed as bearing on the German Presidential election or that the Holy See has expressed itself as being opposed to the election of Dr. Marx. The Holy See does not intervene in the national politics of Germany, nor does...

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