Religion: Pray for France

Vichy's continued surrender of Jews to the Nazis last week brought forth one of the war's most eloquent documents—a brief pastoral letter from Jules Géraud Saliège, the semiparalyzed Archbishop of Toulouse. Said the Archbishop in full:

"There is a Christian morality, there is a human morality, that impose duties and confer rights. These duties and these rights derive from the very nature of man. They may be violated. No mortal has power to suppress them.

"That children, women, men, fathers, mothers should be treated as a wretched herd, that members of the same family should be separated from one another and embarked for...

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