Laetati sumus pro diebus quibus nos humiliasti:
annis quibus vidimus mala.
We have rejoiced for the days when we were humiliated,
and the years we have seen evils.
DISCRIMINATION. -- Father still managed a faint smile in this June 10, 1950 photo, assisting New York Auxiliary Bishop Stephen Donohue, in spite of learning the hard way, as "an outsider," what "ethnic discrimination" meant in the Irish (St. Stephen, Manhattan) and Italian (St. Clare, Bronx) parishes of the New York Archdiocese of the 1950s.