Religion: Godly Counsel

Two letters and some canon law: My dear Dr. Guthrie:

In December last I requested and entreated you . . . and on the 14th of March, 1924, I solemnly counseled and admonished you . . .

On Sunday, the 23d of March, Evening Prayer not being said, you used and permitted to be used in St. Mark's Church in the afternoon and again in the evening a service or a special form of worship not contained in or selected from the Book of Common Prayer nor authorized by this Church or by the Bishops of...

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