Religion: Roman Oneness

The year 1923-24 saw a dream brighten on the irridescent heights of speculation, saw it fly like a comet around the world, saw it vanish for another century. It was a dream, dreamed by old men, of union between the Anglican and the Holy Roman Churches. The dream was invoked by Cardinal Mercier at a secret meeting in his palace (TIME, Feb. 18). It colored the last pontifical address of Pius XI (TIME, June 9). It agitated the cloisters of Oxford and was reflected in the writings of Bishop Gore (TIME, May...

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