Religion: Settled

When a Bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church was deposited some months ago, screaming and kicking, on a Manhattan sidewalk, the police and the public had reason to know that holiness and tranquillity had, for the time being, parted company. The Bishop was John S. Kedrovsky. He had asserted that he was Archbishop of his church in North America, and hence presiding prelate of the Cathedral of St. Nicholas, Manhattan. He had with him papers from Russia to prove it. It was in an effort to make clear his position to Platon, the temporary...

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