Religion: A Cardinal to His Boys

The Knights of Columbus make two broad stipulations for membership: the candidate must be a practical Catholic; he must be opposed to Socialism as an economic system. Some 700,000 Catholic men have fulfilled the requirements, are knights. Last week their delegates met in Boston under Supreme Knight Martin Henry Carmody, 58, Grand Rapids, (Mich.) lawyer.

High lights of the convention were the talks His Eminence William Cardinal O'Connell, oldest (70) and senior of the four U. S. cardinals, gave to "my boys."

At a mass in his archiepiscopal Cathedral of the Holy Cross he...

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