Religion: The Candidates & Their Churches

The Roosevelts. Last Sunday the whereabouts of President Roosevelt was undisclosed, but the chances were that he was not at church. When he is home in Hyde Park the President usually attends service at St. James's Episcopal* Church, of which he has been senior warden since 1928. But the special ramp and awning (put up at Presidential expense) at a side door of St. Thomas' in Washington has not been used since Easter 1941. This is not entirely a matter of Presidential choice. The Secret Service sensibly holds that the President's life might be...

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