Education: School Aid: Catholic Views

If federal school aid does not go to Roman Catholic schools it should not go to any schools at all, the U.S. Catholic hierarchy maintains. Last week a leading Catholic weekly magazine found this view dangerously obstructionist—and a Catholic-college president blandly foresaw that the problem will settle itself when Catholics outnumber other religious groups in the U.S.

> It is "unfortunate," said the lay weekly Commonweal, "that Catholic churchmen should insist this year on casting themselves in the same unhappy role they took in 1961. Emotional descriptions of the President's bill as a threat, a crime,* an attack which means the end...

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