Religion: Bahamian Tragedy

A spanking breeze was blowing up one day last fortnight as the schooner Livonia nosed out to sea past Plana Cay near Acklin Island, Bahamas. At the helm was Rt. Rev. Roscow George Shedden, Anglican Bishop of Nassau, master and owner of the Livonia. A hearty amateur yachtsman, a onetime (1909-19) captain in the British Royal Fusiliers, Bishop Shedden has since 1919 been spiritual lord of the Bahama, Turk and Caicos Islands—a diocese embracing 13,122 church members, 83 churches, extending some 175,000 square miles of land and sea. To visit his flock...

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