Religion: Correction

William Wilson Cash, Bishop of Worcester, was still explaining how it happened last week.

Tucked away in London's Church Times appeared a small item: "The management of a large factory in the diocese of Worcester is so impressed with the Bishop's efforts to take the Gospel to the people where they live and work that it has asked to have its own chaplain appointed, and has offered a salary of £1,000 (about $4,000) a year to a good man."

Good men (parish priests receiving $16 to $20 a week, factory chaplains getting $12 a week) besieged the Bishop like a plague of church...

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