Religion: Union Labels

"I am very pleased to let you know your plea has been successful," wrote Father Ryan to Matthew Woll.

Mr. Woll is one of the powers in American Labor. His committee of trade-union men pleaded that all prayer-books, religious literature and articles used in churches should bear a label signifying that it had been produced by American union labor.

The plea was made to Catholics, to Protestant Episcopalians, to the Fed- eral Council of Churches. Catholics were first to act.

Father Ryan is Secretary of the Administrative Committee of Bishops of the Roman Catholic Church in...

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