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It will have been noticed that no German cardinal was among the recent recipients of red hats. It is generally stated that this fact was owing to a divergence of views between the Holy See (which desired to nominate Mgr. Kreuientz, the Archbishop of Cologne) and the Prussian Government, which wanted the Prince-Bishop of Breslau, Mgr. Kopp. The ‘ Germania ’ now asserts that the Pope was quite willing to create both these prelates.cardinals, but that the appointments broke down owing to the persistent opposition of the Government to the nomination of Archbishop Krements,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 8020, 24 September 1889

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