Religion: Wanted: One Apartment . . .

The Right Rev. Henry Knox Sherrill, Presiding Bishop-elect of the Protestant Episcopal Church (TIME, Sept. 30), has joined thousands of other Americans in a heartbreaking project: house-hunting. Because his new job's headquarters will be in Manhattan, the Bishop must give up the comfortable, diocese-owned brownstone house on Boston's Commonwealth Avenue, when he takes office on Jan. 1. In New York he will not find the same hospitality: the Episcopal Church owns no permanent home for its Presiding Bishop.

Last week Bishop Sherrill proposed a scheme to keep homeless Presiding Bishops out of Central...

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