Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church who countenance the monks of the Order of the Holy Cross were denounced by The Churchman and bidden to defend themselves.
The charge brought against the monks is one of iconolatry, the veneration of images. (This differs from idolatry which is the worship of images.)
The evidence is their custom of celebrating St. Charles' Day by veneration of some hair alleged to have been part of the whiskers of the saint.
Down in Tennessee, over the valley from the Suwanee river lies St. Andrews monastery church. Thither went...