Religion: At New Orleans

Down a long aisle of oaks to two great stands garlanded with purple and white, six choirs in vestments marched singing "Onward Christian Soldiers," and after the chorister, came 120 bishops robed in scarlet and gold, and purple and black and white. And one of the bishops, Thomas F. Gailor of Tennessee, rose and read a sermon by another bishop, Theodore Dubose Bratton of Mississippi—a defense of the faith, a plea for the maintenance of the creed of the apostles. Thus at Audubon Park, New Orleans, was opened the 48th Triennial Convention...

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