Religion: Dean Inge Again

The current Atlantic Monthly contains an article by the brilliant Dean of St. Paul's, London, discussing the Catholic Church and the Anglo-Saxon mind. He makes it his purpose to examine whether or not Protestantism is a spent force. He points out that although the Anglo-Catholic wing of the Established Church in England is strong among the clergy, especially in Canterbury, yet the movement has but a weak hold on the laity. "But," he adds, "a schismatical Catholic Church is a contradiction in terms. The (Anglo-Catholic) movement will probably end by...

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