A Letter From The Publisher, may 20, 1957

WHEN the most paradoxical prelate of his day arrived in Rome last week, TIME'S Vatican Correspondent William Rospigliosi was so eager to see him that he all but climbed a wall of the visitor's residence to get a glimpse. Next day Rospigliosi saw Poland's Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski closer up for a background talk. From Warsaw two TIME correspondents relayed their findings on the publicity-shy cardinal to the Bonn bureau, which incorporated exhaustive research among Polish refugees in Germany. In Pittsburgh TIME'S correspondent interviewed U.S. travelers who had recently seen Wyszynski. Result: the first comprehensive story on the man whose experiment in...

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