Foreign News: Sacred Heart

Madrid Catholics celebrated the Feast of the Sacred Heart last week and Madrid Republicans did not like it. All over the city white banners stamped with the sacred heart hung from windows and balconies. All over the streets gangs of breathless young men in rope-soled shoes tore through the streets cutting up the banners wherever they saw them.

It was greatly to the credit of the Government of roly poly Manuel Ozana, just restored to power on the issue of Spain's new church laws, for anti-church sentiment to be as marked as possible. After...

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