Religion: Interdict Lifted

On Palm Sunday, perennial prelude to the solemnity of Holy Week and the joyousness of Easter, Roman Catholics thronged thousands of churches, took home millions of blessed palm leaves. But palmless as a Quaker meeting house was Holy Redeemer Church in Cleveland. For nearly a month its parishioners had been under an interdict, deprived of the sacraments because they had refused to accept a priest assigned them by. Archbishop Joseph Schrembs (TIME, March 4). By last week they had had enough; they were thoroughly penitent. Wise Archbishop Schrembs let it be known that Easter week would be a good time to...

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