CARDINAL GRACIAS, Arch
bishop of Bombay, who was visiting this country last week-end, and his predecessor, Archbishop Roberts, S.J., who resigned so that India could have one of her own nationality in this key see, were both interviewed by the B.B.C. on Monday for a "Christian Outlook" programme.
Afterwards, both went to Farm Street Jesuit headquarters in London for a luncheon in honour of Archbishop Robert's golden jubilee in the Society of Jesus.
Archbishop Roberts was in Canada on his actual jubilee day in September. On that day he recorded three television interviews to be put on as a series after his return to England.
He has just finished a 15 months' lecture tour of the United States. He originally went for three months but was persuaded to stay on at the Jesuit Gonzaga University for a year. A last request had to be refused—to give a retreat to Catholic members of President Eisenhower's staff.