Religion: New Archdioceses

Pope Pius XI has not yet given U. S. Roman Catholics the new, fifth Cardinal that many of them feel entitled to, but he has consistently created new archdioceses wherever he has felt that Catholicism was flourishing. Having since 1922 made archiepiscopal sees of San Antonio, Los Angeles and Detroit, Piux XI last week did the same for Newark, N. J. and Louisville, Ky., which brings the number of U. S. archbishops to 19.

Under the Most Rev. Thomas Joseph Walsh, 64, its bishop since 1928, the diocese of Newark with a large Italian...

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