Religion: New Shepherd

Los Angeles got a new archbishop last week. Appointed by the Pope to tend the archdiocese's flock of 600,000 Roman Catholics was New York's tall, lean Coadjutor Archbishop James Francis Aloysius Mclntyre, 61.

An exceptionally able administrator who has long worked as Cardinal Spellman's right hand, the new archbishop began his career at 13 as a runner on the New York Curb Exchange. Though he wanted to become a priest, he stayed in Wall Street to support his ailing father, in 16 years had worked his way up to be office manager of a...

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