The Hemisphere: Special Delivery

When the Rev. L. G. Barnhart, a Baptist preacher in Roman Catholic Quebec, investigated the disappearance of the sermons he mailed to the village of Ste. Germaine, he made a startling discovery. They were being turned over to the priest at Ste. Germaine, the Rev. Alfred Roy, who burned them. Such letters, said Father Roy, "would give people wrong ideas. They can't take me to court for that, can they?" Said Archibishop Léger of Montreal last week: "The church . . . calls upon all people of good will not to implicate the whole church in a culpable act of one...

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