Religion: For More Ministers

Perhaps the surest sign of sound health in the postwar burgeoning of U.S. Protestantism is the resurgence of the seminaries. None has advanced more consistently in number and caliber of students than Manhattan's illustrious 122-year-old Union Theological Seminary. Last week Union prepared to take the biggest stride of its postwar expansion: a $16 million development program.

Interdenominational Union Theological Seminary is a grey Gothic quadrangle nestled in the center of one of the most prestigious concentrations of culture in the U.S. Surrounding it on Morningside Heights, overlooking the Hudson River on one side and Harlem's tenements on the other, are Columbia University...

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