Religion: Papal Week

Achilla Ambrogio Damiano Ratti, Pope Pius XI, is surely one of the world's most busy men. Last week especially did he toil in the hushed and shadowy gardens of the Vatican in Rome. A large part of his labor was, to be sure, of a somewhat contemplative variety; the eyes of his attention, diverted always to the odd corners of the world, rested upon the U. S., where the affairs of the Roman Church flourished exceedingly.

The Pope promoted one of his most able U. S. lieutenants. This was the Right Rev. Thomas Joseph Walsh, formerly bishop of Trenton, N. J.,...

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