Religion: Prelates in Mufti

With religious and racial persecutions 10¢ a dozen in Europe, many people forget that in Mexico there has long been, if not a persecution, a very cramping restriction of Roman Catholics. Priests are forbidden by law to wear clerical garb outside their houses and their churches, and the cassock has not been seen in the streets of most Mexican states for many years. An eye opener for U. S. adepts of "selective indignation"* was a photograph circulated last week. It showed a group of Mexican and U. S. prelates, gathered in the patio of the home of Mexico's Archbishop Luis M....

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