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November 23, 1962 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, No vember 23, 1962 — 12

Catholic Scholar Affirms Split of C lurch and State

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A
leading Catholic scholar called
on Protestants, Catholics and
Jews to "uphold each other in
the support of religious values
in a way that will confront the
advancing 'secularist order with
a firm but fair opposition."
Addressing the first national
institute on "The Responsibilities
of Religious Freedom," spon-
sored by the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, the Rt.
Rev. Msgr. John Tracy Ellis, pro-

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fessor of church history at the
Catholic University of America,
urged non-Catholics to "keep
their minds attuned to the
mounting sentiment in Catholic
circles all over the world in
favor of universal religious free-
dom."
He said, however, that the
Catholic Church should be
judged "by its record in the
United States and not in Spain
or Columbia or any other coun-
try where Catholics form a
majority of the population."
Asserting that the principle of
church-state separation was an
integral part of Catholic think-
ing in this. country, Msgr. Ellis
declared: "In the world society
as we find it today, nothing is
more vital to the principle of
religious freedom than that very
separation."
Rabbi Bertram W. Korn of
Philadelphia said that "Jews
have been accorded a closer ap-
proximation of religious freedom
in the United States than in any
other country in the Western
world at any time in history."
He said that this status had
been achieved, not from the
action of organized religious
bodies but from the contribution
of laymen.
Another speaker at the session
was Dr. Franklin H. Littell, pro-
fessor of church history at the
Chicago Theological Seminary,
who predicted that "with the
tremendous manpower of Juda-
ism, Catholicism and Protestant-
ism in a situation primarily
pluralistic and voluntaristic, the
Golden Age of religion in Amer-
ica lies directly before us."
The Rev. Wendell S. Dietrich

of Providence told the workshop
that a Rhode Island debate over
the provision of public funds for
the purchase of parochial school
textbooks in the Providence
Catholic diocese had "stimulated
certain religious tensions."
The issue was discussed also
by Dr. Lewis Webster Jones,
NCCJ president, in his annual
report to the annual meeting of
the organization's board of trus-
tees. Dr. Jones said that a solu-
tion to such church-state prob-
lems could be brought about
only "through patient and con-
tinuing conference and confron-
tation" among American reli-
gious groups.
He warned that failure to find
"some consensus on such church-
state issues as public support of
parochial schools, religion and
public education and Sunday
closing laws, to mention but a
few, pits American against
American at a time when, as a
nation, we should be working
together as never before to com-
buat threats to our freedom at
home and abroad."
Another workshop participant,
Charles R. Weiner, majority
leader of the Pennsylvania sen-
ate, said that religious groups
failed to make themselves strong-
ly felt during consideration by
the Legislature of harness-racing
legislation in contrast to the
strong pressure brought to bear
by religious groups "when the
Blue Laws and Sunday closing
were at issue."

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influx of North
African Jewish
refugeesin
France.
Fourteen
Jewish com-
munities have
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000 to an Emer-
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Principal speakers at the
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of Milan, Italy, chairman of the
conference; Claude Kelman,
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