Religion: Again, Paul Jones

A bishop without a diocese or a missionary district is Bishop Paul Jones.

It was in 1906 Utah's late rugged Bishop Frank Spaulding spoke one day to students at the Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge, Mass. The Bishop spoke of Episcopal difficulties in Utah, of the Mormon University at Logan, of Mormon proselytizing. The Bishop was asking for help. "Whom shall we send and who will go?" Student Paul Jones echoed Isaiah: "Here I am, send me."

In 1914 Paul Jones* was appointed Episcopal archdeacon of all...

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