Religion: Nothing to Change

Curé Henri Lejeune of the Belgian village of Braives was off to the Belgian Congo to help celebrate the double anniversary of the Bishop of Ruanda (the 50th of his baptism and 25th of his ordination). Last week Braives' 1,100 inhabitants passed judgment on Father Jean Kagiraneza, the priest who will substitute for him until Pere Lejeune comes back next month.

Said Wine Merchant Jules Leruth: "Everybody's delighted with him." Said

Druggist Henri Godfurnon: "He's an intellectual. You see that at once. But he's also very sympathique." Said Notary Alfred Cartuyvels, whose opinion is considered most important in the village: "A very satisfactory...

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