Religion: Better in a Hall?

When the annual year book of Trinity Parish, Manhattan, was published last week, many persons felt the need of sitting down to ponder and digest an article signed by Rector the Rev. Caleb R. Stetson of Trinity Episcopal Church. He wrote:

"We in Trinity Parish do not marry people indiscriminately. We marry only those who have been baptized. . . .

"The fashionable church wedding is often vulgar as well as pagan. The church is turned over to a florist who does his best to take away every appearance of the Holy Place. . ....

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