Religion: New Dealing Archbishop

The most socially conscious New Dealer in the Roman Catholic hierarchy was raised to archiepiscopal dignity last week in the person of sandy-haired, twinkling-eyed Most Rev. Robert Emmet Lucey. With all the pomp and circumstance of his church's ritual, he was enthroned as Archbishop of San Antonio. The Most Rev. Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, Pope Pius XII's Apostolic Delegate to the U. S., himself installed him. For the dozens of bishops and archbishops, the scores of red-robed monsignori, the hundreds of priests and nuns, the thousands of lay folk who jammed San Fernando Cathedral...

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