Religion: Protestants v. Pope

All winter and spring Editor Charles Clayton Morrison of the Christian Century has fought like General Grant on one line: against President Roosevelt's appointment of Myron C. Taylor as his special ambassador to the Pope. Last week Dr. Morrison had fresh ammunition—a letter from Mr. Roosevelt to Dr. George. A. Buttrick, president of the Federal Council of Churches, Dr. Buttrick, quoting a report from Rome, had tried to pin the President down as to whether Mr. Taylor had a permanent status, warned him of "a growing [Protestant] disillusionment which augurs ill for interfaith comity." Last week the Federal Council published...

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