Religion: Integrity

Superficially, they were almost as unlike s two young people could be. Square-aced, serious Ed Willock, 30, a Boston Catholic with a high-school education, supported his wife & four children as a shipping clerk, studied commercial art on the side. Thin, big-eyed Carol Jackson, 35, was born in Oshkosh, Wis., the daughter of a corporation lawyer. She majored in philosophy at Wellesley, traveled around the world, free-lanced, was converted to Catholicism in 1941. But when Ed Willock ind Carol Jackson met last spring, as contributors to the Dominican magazine, the Torch, they found they had a lot in common.

Both were fed...

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