Religion: Words & Works

¶ Last week Poland's Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski (pronounced Vishinsky) felt the steel of the trap that has already closed upon Hungary's Cardinal Mindszenty, Yugoslavia's Cardinal Stepinac, Czechoslovakia's Archbishop Beran and China's Cardinal Tien. Secret police searched his house all night; then the government "deposed" him as primate of Poland. The Cardinal was "allowed to retire to a monastery," said the Warsaw radio. But he went with accusations of "anti-state activities" hanging over his head—a broad hint that the next step might be a propaganda trial.

¶ Upset by the gambling-house wedding of...

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