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Frank's talents were becoming well known and his articles began appearing in popular magazines, such as Good Housekeeping and the Atlantic Monthly. In 1931, he is invited to join the staff of the New Yorker.
Frank continued with the New Yorker, becoming well known for his annual Christmas poems.
Always a devout Catholic, Frank received not one, but two Papal blessings in his life. In 1960, he also received an invitation to the Inauguration of John Fitzgerald Kennedy as President. (It is not known if he attended.)
In 1953, Frank is diagnosed as having tuburculosis and advised to take complete bedrest. He takes his typewrier with him. And although the diagnosis proves wrong, he finds writing in bed most comfortable and continues to do so for the rest of his career.