Religion: One Century's Saint . . .

It has been said of Pedro Cardinal Segura y Sáenz, Archbishop of Seville, that in the 15th century he would have been counted a saint. In the 20th, he is regarded as somewhat old-fashioned—not to say reactionary. Last week Cardinal Segura again expressed annoyance at Generalissimo Francisco Franco's government for allowing limited religious toleration of non-Catholics. In a pastoral letter, he took issue with the "bill of rights" which the Spanish government enacted in 1945. This recognizes Roman Catholicism as Spain's official religion, but allows non-Catholics to practice their faith in private.

Cardinal Segura fears that Protestants might take advantage of...

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