Religion: Death of Hayes

In the quiet of his summer retreat at St. Josephs. N. Y.. death (of coronary thrombosis) came last week to Patrick Joseph Cardinal Hayes, 70. Roman Catholic Archbishop of New York since 1919, Prince of the Church since 1924, benign and white-haired "Cardinal of Charities" to the 1,000,000 Catholics of the world's richest archdiocese. Forty-six years a priest, but never pastor of a church. Cardinal Hayes was the first native-born shepherd (which he liked to call himself) of New York. His steady rise in the church he owed to scholarship, administrative ability and...

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