Religion: Trouble for the Cardinal

It is hard to be too conservative as a churchman in Spain, but Seville's Pedro Cardinal Segura y Saenz has managed it. He has lambasted Dictator Franco for being too nice to Protestants and for allowing the Falange to be too "anticlerical," he has looked nostalgically back at the Inquisition, has damned and damped down such pleasures as movies and dances in his archdiocese of Seville.

Four months ago the Vatican moved against Cardinal Segura. appointed an archbishop coadjutor with equal rights and functions plus the right of succession. Last week the 74-year-old prelate suffered another setback. The Vatican authorized publication of...

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