Religion: Priests, Pickets, Pickle Workers

In Pittsburgh live three Catholic priests who believe that Mother Church can meet Radicalism, her archfoe, on its own ground. One night last week they assembled 300 followers in the Pittsburgh Lyceum to hear about their month-old Catholic Radical Alliance. With 200 working members, these priests have attempted to get into labor strife wherever it was thickest. Their activities had been featured on the front pages of the Pittsburgh Catholic, and last week that official organ of conservative Bishop Hugh Charles Boyle printed the Alliance's appeal for funds. Excerpts:

"The [Labor] movement is...

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