Religion: Church & Chapel

For the first time since St. Augustine, the high and mighty Church of England last week showed signs of accepting the other churches in England as equals and joining with them to create a British Council of Churches like the Federal Council of Churches in America. This will be formed by merging the Council on Christian Faith and Common Life, now headed by the retiring Archbishop of Canterbury, and the interdenominational Commission for International Friendship and Social Responsibility, headed by the now ascendant Archbishop of York. The Anglican Council met last week and...

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