Religion: Sunshine's Ambassador

Orthodox churchmen, custodians of what they believe is the only sure cure for the soul-sickness of many a confused modern, view with jealous alarm the spiritual patent medicines of healers, swamis, yogis, fortunetellers, popular "psychologists." But in Manhattan last week appeared a lecturer on popular psychology who was notable because he, Dr. Albert Garcia de Quevedo, is a good Catholic, working under Catholic auspices and billed as the only U. S. Catholic layman lecturing on "practical psychology."

Billed also as an "Ambassador of Sunshine," Albert de Quevedo has been lecturing throughout...

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