Religion: Most Interesting Job

For 24 years Dr. Samuel McCrea Cavert has been urging U.S. Protestants to remember that they are fellow Christians. Last week his perseverance was, in a way, rewarded. The Federal Council of the

Churches of Christ in America (of which he is General Secretary) named him to a bigger job: six-months' service with the Provisional Committee of the budding World Council of Churches in Geneva.

Wiry, 56-year-old Sam Cavert was one of the original members of that committee when the World Council was tentatively set up in 1937. (Before any permanent organization could be started, war came.) The World Council now includes some...

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