Religion: Understander

From California to Manhattan last week traveled a bald, smooth-faced prelate, potent in the Roman Catholic Church, to be handed a handsome bronze medal by a Jewish editor. He was Most Rt. Rev. Edward Joseph Hanna, 71, Archbishop of San Francisco, chairman of the administrative committee of the National Catholic Welfare Conference. Commissioner of Immigration in California since 1913. His State and city know him as an able, civic-minded man. His church knows him as a priest who, once suspected of modernism, may be the next U. S. cardinal. Less well known is...

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