Religion: Catholics in Cleveland (Cont'd)

Much in the thoughts of Pope Pius XI last week were the 200,000 U. S. Roman Catholics gathered in Cleveland for the 7th National Eucharistic Congress (TIME, Sept. 30). In Public Auditorium and Municipal Stadium the pilgrims and Clevelanders attended mass after mass, went in throngs to confess their sins in 14 languages. They listened to speech after speech on such familiar Catholic themes as the wickedness of Communism and Birth Control.

The Pope in Castel Gandolfo presently caused his Secretary of State Eugenio Cardinal Pacelli to dispatch two cable-grams. To New York's...

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