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12th Catholic in Cabinet

THE new U.S. Attorney General, Judge James P. McGranery, is the twelfth Catholic to hold a Cabinet post since the time of George Washington.

President Truman has created a record by having four Catholic Cabinet Ministers: no other President has had more than three. President Roosevelt nominated four, but one did not serve.

Judge MeGranery spent the day after his nomination making a spiritual retreat at St. Joseph's-in-theHills, Malvern, Pennsylvania.

In the Cabinet he succeeds another Catholic, Mr. 3. Howard McGrath, and joins another, Mr. Maurice Tobin, Secretary of Labour.




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