Medicine: Anglican Assembly

A new supplication has been written into the Litany of the Anglican Church. It is for the safety (and presumably for the success) of the forces of the King "by land, sea and air." The 20th Century also makes its dent on the Litany by the addition of supplications for "all who serve mankind by labor, commerce and learning "; also, for "miners and those who labor in other dangerous occupations."

These additions were sanctioned by the House of Clergy at the Church National Assembly at Westminster (London). Democracy was recognized by altering the...

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