Religion: Regrettable Incident

During the late "Holy War" in Catholic Spain, Generalissimo Francisco Franco bound up Christianity with his nationalist program and Catholics hoped that after the war the Church and the new Spain would resurge together. But the resurgence has not been notable. Last week news reached the U. S. from England, of further friction between Franco and the church.

Last August, the Primate of Spain, Isidore Cardinal Goma y Tomás, wrote in a pastoral letter: "Why not indicate here that in Nationalist Spain there has not taken place the moral and religious reaction which was...

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