TITLE

The Church in South America III

AUTHOR(S)
McDevitt, E. Francis
PUB. DATE
February 1932
SOURCE
America;2/20/1932, Vol. 46 Issue 20, p476
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents the author's view on the words of the President Herbert Hoover that South America could not be held back in terms of their faith and future in the U.S. He states that he is certain that Hoover's mind was dwelling on the untapped natural resources in the tropical soil of the South. He cites that Catholicism has reached extremely high peak of development in the South and that it has already realized its potentials far in advance of its growth economically and culturally.
ACCESSION #
35298270

 

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