Religion: Franco's Protestants

Prompted by the World Evangelical Fellowship, Protestants all over the world last week offered prayers for their brothers in Spain. And Spain's 30,000-odd Protestant worshipers gathered in private homes, or in buildings that may show no sign that they are churches, to make their devotions' and give thanks for the prayers of their brethren in other lands. The Protestants of Spain, outnumbered by Roman Catholics 1,000 to 1, feel that they need all the prayers they can get.

The Bishop Says No. According to Article 6 of the Charter of Franco Spain; "no other...

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