Religion: Good Neighbors & Religion

One of the touchiest religious subjects of the time last week finally came out in the open. Said Newsman John W. White in the December Catholic Digest:

"South America is hastily putting up its immigration bars to prevent the entrance of the hundreds of North American Protestant missionaries who have fled from Japan and the Orient. . . . Seven of the ten South American republics [all except Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela] are not permitting any new missionaries to enter their territory. . . . Protestant missionaries always have been considered 'undesirable' in...

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