Religion: On Mixed Marriage

Before the Full Synod of the Convocation of York, the Most Reverend and Right .Honorable Cyril Forster Gar-bett spoke his liberal, 71-year-old mind. His subject: the marriage of Anglicans and Roman Catholics. Britain's tall, second-ranking prelate found nothing good in the conditions imposed by the Roman church on such unions. .

His chief objection: the Roman Catholic requirement that both parties to a mixed marriage sign a document .in which they promise that "all the children, of both sexes, who may be born of our Marriage, shall be baptized in the Catholic Church, and shall be carefully brought up in the knowledge...

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