Foreign News: Christian Conglomeration

Pious Old Paul von Hindenburg grew so troubled by the Nazi v. non-Nazi schism in German Protestantism that Catholic Chancellor Hitler had to call on the Protestant President one day last week and personally assure him that somehow everything would come out all right.

Meanwhile everything was so wrong that the Protestant bishops in Reichsbischof Ludwig Müller's "Spiritual Cabinet" resigned after a secret conference lasting eight hours and the Reichsbischof's consecration, scheduled for last Sunday, had to be "indefinitely postponed."

Storm centre of the Church crisis was earthy young Rev. Joachim Hossenfelder who...

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