C. K.
April 1957
America;4/13/1957, Vol. 97 Issue 2, p34
A list of events and issues of interest to Catholic community as of April 13, 1957 including the awarding of the Laetare Medal to Clare Boothe Luce, former U.S. Ambassador to Italy on March 30, the 9th Annual Social Action Conference Seminarians will be held from August 26 to 29 at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans, Louisiana, and encyclical of Pope Pius XII on the Mystical Body is being used by members of the Catholic Evidence Guild.


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