MEXICO: The Religious Situation

Roman Catholics in Mexico who are resisting the enforcement under President Calles of the antireligious Mexican Constitution (TIME March 1, 1926) were sharply reminded last week by U. S. Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg that they can expect no official aid or comfort from the U. S. Mr. Kellogg cited with annoyance and positively denied rumors that pressure favorable to the Holy See has been or is being exerted by the Coolidge Administration on that of Senor Calles.

Since the Coolidge-Kellogg policy of "hands off religion" has thus been strongly reaffirmed, who...

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