Canada: QUEBEC: Youth in the Archbishopric

A new star shot high in the ecclesiastical firmament of Canada last week. In Ottawa, the Apostolic Delegate announced that the Most Rev. Maurice Roy, Bishop of Three Rivers and the youngest Roman Catholic prelate in the Dominion, had been named by the Pope to head the Dominion's oldest diocese, as eleventh Archbishop of Quebec. He will succeed the late Rodrigue Cardinal Villeneuve.

When he is enthroned, 42-year-old Bishop Roy will return to the city of his birth, where his father is a judge and good friend of Premier Maurice Duplessis. The...

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