Religion: Obviam Christo

Eleven years ago, Rev. Paul Schulte, a strapping, blond German priest of the Roman Catholic order of Oblates of Mary Immaculate, founded the Missionary Communications Association, to keep missionary outposts of the Church in touch with the world. Its motto : Obviam Christo terra marique et in aera ("Toward Christ by land and sea and in the air"). Lately, Father Schulte, a crack pilot who wears his Roman collar under his flying togs, has been in northern Canada planning an aerial transport service for missionaries in the Arctic. In Churchill, Manitoba last week he learned that Bishop Armand Clabaut had received...

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