Religion: Catholics Barred

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"For those American Roman Catholics who have looked toward Evanston as an opportunity to increase understanding and good will between the various branches of Christendom, Cardinal Stritch's letter will have almost as shattering an effect as Leo XIII's letter on the blight of 'Americanism' had on liberal tendencies in American Roman Catholic circles in the 1890s . . . Dramatic emphasis will be given to the fact that there is a great gulf fixed between the papal church and all other churches. And the world will be told that this gulf yawns wide and deep because of the 'infallible' teaching of the Roman communion."

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