Religion: Love in Corpus Christi

Down an Episcopal church aisle in Corpus Christi, Tex. this week was to march a Jewish rabbi bearing a Menorah or seven-branched temple candelabrum. An Episcopal rector was to read from the Reformed Jewish prayer book. The rabbi in turn was to pronounce the solemn syllables of the King James version of the New Testament. Cheek by jowl in the church pews would sit Episcopalians and Jews of the only U. S. town named for the sacred Body of Christ.

Three years ago Rector William Casper Munds of the Church of the Good...

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