Letters: Letters, Sep. 28, 1931

Hurley's Faith

Sirs:

Vice Presidents often become Presidents. No Catholic has yet been President. Why did TIME miss an opportunity to give an important fact, politically, about Patrick Jay Hurley? . . . (TIME, Sept. 14).

MILDRED SHEPARD WRIGHT

Orange, X. J.

Secretary Hurley's father & mother were Roman Catholics. He attended a Baptist school. His wife is an Episcopalian. Regarded by many as a Catholic. he never discusses his faith (TIME, Dec. 16, 1929). When he goes to church it is usually with his wife at hers.—ED.

Purse-Giver Chaplin

Sirs:

Rare indeed does TIME err....

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