Religion: Don's Delight

A wit, a detective-story writer (The Viaduct Murder), for twelve years Roman Catholic chaplain at Oxford University, is Monsignor Ronald Arbuthnott Knox, 51, one of England's three most urbane and influential Catholic priests.* Published in the U. S. this week was Monsignor Knox's latest book, Let Dons Delight.†. To many a reader, Catholic and non-Catholic, this work will bring delight. To others, including many U. S. Catholics who find it difficult to comprehend the lightheartedness and apparent irreverence of their European coreligionists, the book will be shocking.

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