Religion: Bishop on the Move

The Bishop of Fulham has to be a special kind of bishop. His diocese covers some 800,000 square miles of northern Europe, from Biarritz to Iceland. His flock consists mainly of Englishmen-on-holiday, diplomatic service staffs, finishing-school girls, other British transients and trippers. His duties involve constant travel, and an interminable round of social occasions that would deepen the rings under the eyes of a gossip columnist. But the new Bishop of Fulham who was consecrated at St. Paul's this week could hardly wait to start his peripatetic job.

Tall, stooping Rt. Rev. William Marshall Selwyn is only worried about one thing: carfare....

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