Religion: Mooney to Detroit

Into Detroit one day last week pulled a special train bringing Archbishop Edward Francis Mooney to head the newly created Detroit archdiocese, fifth largest of the 17 in the U. S. (TIME, June 14). His pince-nez flashing, tall Archbishop Mooney descended to the platform where Michigan's Governor Frank Murphy and a representative of the city's Mayor Frank Couzens waited to shake his hand.

In nearby Roosevelt Park, throngs of Catholics and non-Catholics presently heard the Catholic Governor greet his new spiritual leader with a reference to Michigan's "weighty problems of social and economic...

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