WASHINGTON (Oct. 17)
“A positive campaign against the excesses of anti-Semitism as un-Godly, uncharitable and un-Christian” was recommended to the annual General Meeting of the Archbishops and Bishops of the United States by the Committee for Catholic Refugees from Germany.
“In order to counteract the wave of anti-Semitism, Pan-Germanism and other manifestations of ultra-national ism, we urgently suggest that the recommendations of the holy Father be carried out,” the report said. “These recommendations imply a positive campaign against the excesses of ant-Semitism as un-godly, uncharitable and un-christian and against the natural and divine law, as well as a warning against an over-emphasis of nationalism to the detriment of the true brotherhood of man, which is the very basis of Catholic ideology.”
In its report on Catholic refugees, the committee noted that- “a large number of these could have remained unharmed in Germany if they had been willing to obtain a divorce from their non-aryan partners. however, they preferred loyalty to their god and their family to materialism.”