Religion: MIVA

Decade ago a strapping young German Catholic priest, who had entered the order of Oblates of Mary Immaculate after serving as a War pilot, found himself stationed for home missionary work near Berlin's Tempelhof airport. To obtain a civilian pilot's license tall, blond Rev. Paul Schulte flew surreptitiously until his ecclesiastical superiors discovered it, grounded him. To this disappointment was added deeper sorrow when Father Schulte learned of the fate which had overtaken a fellow Oblate, Rev. Otto Fuhrmann with whom he had been inseparable in the flying corps, in whose company...

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