From the Catholic Northwest Progress, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Seattle, August 31, 1962:
By Rev. Walfred Erickson, Clyde Hill Baptist Church
Seattle’s salute to the 21st Century by means of a World’s Fair has brought to the area this summer a large number of VIP’s, top-level conferences, and renowned entertainers and entertainments. The religious emphasis has not been absent, as witness the appearance of Billy Graham (who won the respect of fair officials by drawing a record Sunday crowd through the turnstiles), William Pollard, Oswald C. J. Hoffmann, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and Billy Hargis.
But it may be that the Liturgical Week of August 20-23, sponsored by Roman Catholics, evinced a development of more significance for the 21st Century, and perhaps for eternity, than anything else. Continue reading