Religion: World Citizen

When a living man is made the subject of a 461-page biography, he is likely to be a person of consequence. When he is a churchman and his biography is subtitled "World Citizen," his identity is not far to seek. The Pope of Rome could be so called, but only in a spiritual sense. The Archbishop of Canterbury sometimes goes yachting with J. P. Morgan in the Mediterranean, but he does not wield much power outside his own Anglican world. Presiding Bishop Perry of the U. S. Episcopal Church and Presbyterian Moderator McDowell are...

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