ON May Day, in Moscow, in Peking and at rallies in the free world, too, Communist orators spoke of the ideal of international brotherhood. And their followers. before they dispersed, sang lustily of the way in which " the Internationale unites the human race." But it is a phoney unity they proclaim, for at the best it unites only one class—against the other.
Ours is a unity which takes no account of frontier, of class, or of race. Brotherhood is realised, not within the international Communist movement, but within the Church. Solidarity is limited, perverted and degraded by Communism. Only in the Mystical Body does it find realisation.