Four Hungarian babies, born last July in a refugee camp in Yugoslavia. were baptised at the railway station as their train was passing through Florence. At the sight of a priest—a member of one of the charity organisations meeting the train a Hungarian mother leaned out of a train window and asked him to baptise her infant. Three other mothers promptly made the same request.
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22nd November 1957
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