Religion: Unitarians

Two years from now the Unitarian Association will celebrate its 100th birthday. And at that time the Unitarian churches of the country are expected to form themselves into a more solidly compact organization than they have hitherto thought necessary. Last week the Unitarian General Conference met in New Haven and voted to merge with the American Unitarian Association. This merger, if brought about in 1925, will close a period of purely congregational organization.

The Conference in New Haven put itself on record against the Ku Klux Klan and in favor of the...

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