Religion: Worthy Missions

Last summer some 100 laymen and ministers, calling themselves the Modern Missions Movement, began to put into practice the theological and sociological ideas born of the Laymen's Foreign Missions Inquiry (TIME, June 25). Their aim was to help thoughtful donors in giving their money to missionary projects which approach the Inquiry's ideals. Available last week was M. M. M.'s first bulletin listing 39 worthy enterprises. Some of the 39:

The Galangue Mission Station in Angola, Portuguese West Africa; run by six U. S. Negroes...

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