Personality, Apr. 14, 1952

WHEN the courts of South Africa tried Michael Scott for breaking the laws that now rigidly segregate Europeans and non-Europeans, he was asked how he could decently mix with such people. He answered with a quotation:

"There cannot be 'Greek and Jew, circumcision and uncircumcision, barbarian, Scythian, bondman and freeman, but Christ is all in all.' "

The corridors of the United Nations—whether in New York or Paris—have grown used to an untidy priest. He is tall and strikingly handsome. He has that reserved, proconsular look, the bony nose, the clear eyes, the careless...

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