Religion: Polyglot

In London's brummagem, polyglot Soho quarter last week, the end of the Octave of Epiphany-brought the end of a series of services at old St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, which had successively been conducted in German, Italian, Lithuanian, Latin, Gaelic, Polish, French, English, Spanish, Russian. In the last tongue, no sermon had been preached before in a Catholic church in England. Preacher was Father Bourgeois, crack French Jesuit whose order has transferred him from the Church's Latin rite to its Russian rite, as key man in a new campaign to convert the U....

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