Religion: Anglo-Catholic Congress

The Right Reverend John Gardner Murray, presiding bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, walked toward the tomb of the late Bishop William Croswell Doane of Albany, N. Y. The feet of a score of other protestant Episcopal bishops pointed toward the same spot; so, too, the feet of visiting Church of England, Greek and Armenian bishops. Bishop Doane's body lies under the high altar of All Saints' Cathedral at Albany, in whose chancel the bishops last week attended a high mass.

They were at Albany for the third Anglo-Catholic Congress.* This is the...

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