Religion: How Are Things in Yugoslavia?

Is there any such thing as freedom of worship in Titotalitarian Yugoslavia? Well, yes, said seven U.S. Protestant clergymen just returned from a Tito-financed junket (TIME, Aug. 25). By last week, the visiting ministers' cheery reports on Yugoslavia had won them some irate rebukes from both Protestants and Catholics.

Everybody's favorite target was Episcopal Traveler Guy Emery Shipler, editor of the U.S.'s oldest religious journal, The Churchman, which frequently has hard words for Roman Catholics and soft ones for friends of Russia. Full of news and views after his Yugoslav tour, which included...

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