Religion: All Quiet in Poland

World War I was waged on three fronts: land, sea, air. World War II has a fourth: short-wave radio. Last week a German salvo (in Spanish) shelled Catholic Latin America with assurances that Catholicism still fared well in the Reich and in the silence that was Poland.

The broadcast pictured German Catholics as part of Germany's happy, self-disciplined family, painted an idyllic picture of Poland. "The Catholics here do not listen to those Catholics who do nothing but spread political propaganda, the way a great part of the Polish clergy did. . . ....

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