Religion: The Cardinal & the Elections

A slight, dark Italian prelate arrived in Manhattan without publicity, journeyed to South Bend, Ind. to receive an honorary LL.D. from Notre Dame (at the same time that Ike got his), then visited Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington last week before taking off for Brazil. Everywhere he met U.S. cardinals and top members of the hierarchy; his reception ranged from Boston's outdoor banners and hi-fied hymns to a dinner given for him in Washington by the Most Rev. Egidio Vagnozzi, apostolic delegate to the U.S. The visitor: Giovanni Battista Cardinal Montini, 62, Archbishop of Milan, one of the most influential cardinals,...

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