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Organisations: Italian police
Locations: Cairo, San Antonio, Rome

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News . from Abroad The Papal Nuncio to the Netherlands, Mgr.

Keywords: Religion / Belief

Paul Giobbe, has resumed his duties and has now returned to his post.

A Polish -regiment, states a Cairo despatch, has introduced recently by an order of its C.O. official prayers before and after the luncheon both for soldiers and officers.

" Osserratore Romano " has protested at the Italian police searching for Fascist leaders entering the Mother. house of the Daughters of Charity in Rome. While it is true the edifice does not enjoy the privilege of extraterritoriality, the fact remains that any religious house, especially one occupied by Sisters, must enjoy respectful deference in circles where courtesy and politeness are practised, states the paper.

solemn Requiem Mass for deceased victims of the bombardments of Hengehow. China, including two Bishops —Mgr. Eugenio Massi, 0.F.M., VicarApostolic of Hankow. and Mgr. Raffaele Angelo Palazzi, 0.F.M. VicarApostolic of Hengchow—was offered up recently in the Basilica of San Antonio, mother church of the Order of Friars Minor, Rome,




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