Religion: The Vineyard, Oct. 11, 1948

These items made religious news this week:

After ten years' work and spending more than $2,000,000 on the project, the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. launched a new Sunday-school curriculum, designed to end "widespread religious illiteracy." Pupils will get not the old-style lesson sheets (which they promptly threw away) but a regular textbook each year, building a library to be used and kept at home. Parents will get the same quarterly magazines used by the teachers; their help will be sought to reduce "the 'forgetting curve' between Sundays."

As the ram's horn (shofar) sounded, Jews around...

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