Religion: Prayers & Lollypops

In some 10,000 Roman Catholic schools and colleges in the U. S., 89,000 priests, brothers and nuns teach about 2,500,000 grammar school, highschool, college and seminary students. Last week as Catholic schools were opening for the year, many a Catholic teacher was scandalized to hear orthodox religious education roundly and rudely excoriated, flayed not by some Protestant iconoclast but by a Jesuit of good repute.

When parochial teachers of Rochester, N. Y. gathered for an annual conference, 800 priests and nuns heard a speech by Rev. Francis Peter LeBuffe, S. J., business manager...

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