Ecclesiastical Affairs: Mar. 10, 1924

¶Newspapers published the picture* of Right Reverend William Temple, Bishop of Manchester, 43, son of the illustrious late Archbishop of Canterbury. Rumor picked him to succeed Archbishop Randall Davidson, 76, who, it was said, would resign on account of age. True, Bishop Temple has friends in the Labor Government; but Archbishop Davidson is unlikely to give a Labor Government the chance to appoint his successor. Furthermore, a slight acquaintance with Canterburian tradition would reveal that its Archbishops yield only to death.

¶Meanwhile, the World Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches, presented...

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