Religion: Bright Lights

For the first time in the history of the Roman Catholic Church in New York City, lectures by the Paulist Fathers in St. Patrick's Cathedral, which began Feb. 3, were announced in blazing colored lights on street corners. Signs flashed on Broadway at 14th, 39th, 46th, 50th and 111th Streets. Also, 200 posters, 125,000 invitations and 27,000 ap- peals through the K. of C. urged non-Catholics to attend. The general topic is: The Church and Modern Religious and Ethical Problems.


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