Religion: More Bishops

In Vatican City last week Pope Pius XI appointed Very Rev. Francis J. Monaghan, president of Seton Hall College in South Orange, N. J., to be Coadjutor Bishop of Ogdensburg, N. Y. with the right of succession to that upstate see now administered by Bishop Joseph Henry Conroy, 77. Affable Monsignor Monaghan, 45, was ordained in 1915 from the North American College in Rome, alma mater of many an able U. S. prelate.

In Nashville's ornate Cathedral of the Incarnation this week, Most Rev. William Lawrence Adrian, 53, lately an obscure Iowa priest, was to...

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