Religion: Words & Works

> President Eisenhower's pastor, the Rev. Edward Elson of Washington's National Presbyterian Church, credited Ike with leading "one of the great periods of religious renaissance in our national history." Said he: "There is a fresh naturalness and manliness to prayer ... By his regular participation in Christian worship, by the maintenance of his personal spiritual disciplines and through his public utterances, the President is pointing America to the way of faith . . ."

> In the interests of keeping "religious friction at a minimum," the Quebec Board of Censors barred the movie...

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