Religion: Church in England

In Chilton, England, the Rev. E. P. Gough, rector of a nearby parish, found a church, buried beneath a rubbish pile. Disregarding the symbolical nature of his discovery, he immediately broadcast news of it together with interesting details. The church had apparently been built in the days of Roman occupancy of Great Britain; in it, it seemed probable, St. Augustine had initiated bearded and barbarous tribesmen into fellowship with a kind, mysterious and splendid God. During the lapse of savage centuries, the little church had become overlaid with dust; when found, it was covered 14 feet deep with the refuse of...

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