Religion: Inglesi

Their soutanes gaily flapping and their smooth-shaven faces gleaming, virtually all the Catholic bishops and archbishops of the British Isles, to say nothing of hordes of British priests, journeyed last week to Vatican City. Not in years of Cook's Tours had the Romans seen so many Inglesi at one time—in all, 7,000 pilgrims, at whose head was no less a personage than Most Rev. Arthur Hinsley, 70, the son of a Yorkshire joiner, who last month succeeded the late Francis Cardinal Bourne as Archbishop of Westminster and Primate of 2,200,000 British Catholics. What brought Archbishop Hinsley and his flock to Rome...

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