On the parish church in small Konigsbrunn, northwest of Vienna in Germany's Ostmark, the white-&-gold banners of the papacy fluttered in the Sunday morning sunlight. The flags showed that a cardinal was within. In the church sounded the peaceful mutter of the Mass. Outside, a mob of bumpkins grew. As the Mass neared its end, with its "Go, it is finished," shouts came from the mob:
"Give the black Cardinal a one-way ticket to Dachau!" (Naziconcentration camp).
"Innitzer preaches peace and means war!"
"Down with the political priest!"
In the church door, a red biretta on his close-cropped head, an old black overcoat covering his...