The following comment on the recent Myron Taylor -mission comes from the Vatican City correspondent of the N.C.W.C. News Service: The visit paid to London by Myron C. Taylor, personal representative of President Roosevelt at the Holy See, fdllowing his stay in Vatican City, during which he had three audiences with Pope Pius XII, has caused much comment in the neutral press of Europe, writes the correspondent.
Rome correspondents of papers in countries not involved in the war sought to connect Mr. Taylor's journey with a supposed new declaration of war aims on the part of the United Nations. These were branded as mere conjecture in Vatican quarters.
It is to be noted, however, that in certain centres which heretofore have affected indifference toward the peace efforts of the Vatican intense ,interest has been shown. in Mr. Taylor's conversations. This is regarded as further evidence of the moral force of the Catholic Church in the contemporary world.