Religion: Bishop v. Archbishop?

In last month's American Magazine New York's Archbishop Francis Joseph Spellman wrote: "There have been many great changes at home since the war began. One . . . has been an increase in the prevalence of bigotry, evidenced by . . . race riots, assaults on groups and individuals because of racial and religious differences, desecration of synagogues and churches. . . ."

Last week Archbishop Spellman's chancellor, Auxiliary Bishop J. Francis A. McIntyre, contradicted his superior. Speaking at a Communion breakfast, Bishop Mclntyre denied there was any anti-Semitism worth mentioning. It was...

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