Moscow and the Vatican

November 1944
New Republic;11/6/44, Vol. 111 Issue 19, p585
Focuses on the accusation by the controlled press of the Soviet Union against the Vatican's foreign policy. View that Vatican has sought to translate its fear of communism into concrete anti-communist diplomatic action; Argument that the Vatican has generally backed up fascist regimes in countries where Catholicism is the predominant religion; Evidence that in the liberated countries the popular Catholic parties have been ready to cooperate with both socialist and communist parties, which must displease the Vatican.


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