Religion: The Vineyard, Sep. 6, 1948

These items made religious news last week:

IN BUDAPEST, Bishop Imre Revesz, head of the Hungarian Calvinist Church, advised Calvinist ministers to accept Hungary's Communist regime; he expressed "anxiety" because "most of my fellow ministers do not yet know or do not want to recognize that the old order of society and economy . . . will not come back."

IN CHICAGO, Samuel Cardinal Stritch told the Summer School of Catholic Action: "Let us admit that we are not succeeding in presenting the Christian ideal so that it fires the imagination and enthusiasm of our fellow men. Perhaps too many of us are...

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