Religion: Santa Fe's Seventh

Amarillo, Tex. is the cow & oil town which gained national notice when Gene Howe, crusty editor of its Globe-News, accused Colonel Lindbergh of snubbing it and called Mary Garden "tottering" (TIME, June n, 1928, April 1, 1929). Last week Amarillo was of interest to the U. S. Roman Catholic hierarchy. To it went scores of priests, monsignori and bishops, among them Most Rev. Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, new Apostolic Delegate to the U. S., and Most Rev. Leopoldo Ruiz y Flores, exiled Apostolic Delegate to Mexico. In Amarillo they made processions, held solemn...

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