Feeney Wars With Cambridge, Prohibits Inspecting of Home

Father Leonard J. Feeney, chaplain of St. Benedict's center, once a social center for Harvard Catholics and now a schools of Freeney philosophy, is feuding with the city of Cambridge.

Feeney refuses to allow Cambridge Building Commissioner Stephen F. Spenger to inspect his home at 990 Putnam Avenue. He says that a complaint to Spencer that he is an excommunicated rest is a lie, and that the "sacred privacy of the home' is being invaded as part of a "malicious persecution' instituted by Archbishop Cushing.