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THE POPE

will .-nun-: for peace. WHAT THE WOULD LACK*. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. ROME. November 16. Tn his ih~; Encyclical His Holiness t>v Tope says: '•Tlio' f\<& tntlo of blood :1m! misery has induced me 1-> hearken to the last words of my predecessor and hecrin my ministry by praying to the princes and people, to end this fratricidal war. I pray God that, my Pontifical voice or peace may resound through the entire world." Regarding the existing conditions of l ri-"* Church and tnimauiU, His Holiness declares that they are duo to a lack of sir.oere mutual love amongst men. The disrespect for authority and injustice subBJstinc in class relations has a. teudeney to n).-dce. material welfare the aim of life. "1 will,"' he "devote my entire Pontificate to overcoming this inclines to society." His Holiness concludes with, a protect against deprivim; Jtulv of lier political libel tv.

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THE POPE, Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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THE POPE Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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