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Bishop Hopes Hopes for Hitler's Overthrow

" We hope we shall soon see the over throw of Hitler." said Mgr. James Whyte, Bishop of Dunedin, New Zealand, recently.

" If Hitler and the pagan crew surrounding him, or if Stalin and his anti-God associates were the Pope's admirers, it would be dear to every friend of humanity that Pius XI had been false to his trust as head of the Church."

The Vatican announcer. referring to persecution in Germany, said this week : " Will it be possible to start a worldwide campaign of prayer for the conversion of the Nazi chief?"

(This was suggested recently in the correspondence columns of the CermoLic

HERALD.)




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