Roman Catholics: For a White-Collar Union

Auto workers have the U.A.W.

Teachers have growing unions. Papal encyclicals have strongly defended the right of men to form voluntary associations and protect special interests. Why, then, should there not be an American Federation of Priests for those low-paid, hard-working servants of the Roman Catholic Church? Last week the Rev.

William DuBay of Los Angeles set about trying to form a union among the nation's 59,000 priests to seek better wages and working conditions.

Freedom & Discipline. Father DuBay is the angry young curate who gained a measure of national notoriety in 1964 by publicly demanding that the Pope remove Los...

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