Religion: Comforting Coadjutor

Being Bishop Coadjutor of a diocese in the Protestant Episcopal Church means lots of work, little money, little kudos— unless you are an astute politician. In seclusion last week the rector of a rich, socialite church was trying to decide whether he wanted to be a Bishop Coadjutor. The diocese of Connecticut had none; since 1928 Bishop Edward Campion Acheson had been his own Coadjutor. Now he had found he needed an assistant. A diocesan convention was held in Christ Church Cathedral. Hartford. Chief candidates were High Churchman Rev. Dr. Samuel Smith Drury,...

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