In this case, the news Rome had was probably more accurate than the information Orsenigo came by. The nuncio's mention of the protest by the Dutch Protestants and the Catholic bishops was incorrect. The Germans had promised not to take baptised Jews if the church leaders made no outcry when the non-baptised Jews were taken away. The Dutch church leaders refused and published pastoral letters condemning deportations in April 1942. In retaliation, the Germans seized all Jews - baptised or not, and sent most of them to their deaths in Auschwitz, including Edith and Rose Stein.
This document helps us establish not only what was known, but also what was not. Orsenigo's report demonstrates the difficulty the Vatican had in trying to piece together all the information it received in order to come to an understanding of what was happening "beyond the Alps".