Religion: Robbins to Ohio

The Diocese of Southern Ohio is considered "broad." Broad was its recently-resigned Bishop Boyd Vincent; broad its Bishop-Coadjutor, now full Bishop Theodore Irving Reese. But more than broad, altogether too latitudinarian for most Episcopal tastes, is Bishop Paul Jones, "the bishop without a diocese," called last fortnight to Southern Ohio to carry on during Bishop Reese's illness (TIME, Nov.11). A pacifist, Bishop Jones is looked on by broad churchmen as Liberals eye a Red. Last week broad and high churchmen heaved sighs of relief when the diocesan convention of Southern Ohio elected...

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