Religion: Man's Hope

Man's desperation took him a step nearer to man's hope last week. Into Manhattan's Cathedral of St. John the Divine filed some 5,000 Protestants, to inaugurate the Christian Mission on World Order, most important attempt to organize U.S. Protestants and their churches as a potent force for a just and durable peace.*

Present were 500 church leaders including the Federal Council of Churches' President Bishop Henry St. George Tucker, New York's Bishop William Thomas Manning, the Greek Orthodox Church's Bishop Germanos, the Serbian Orthodox Church's Dean Shoukletovich, the Russian Orthodox Church's Metropolitan Theophilus.

Also present were the meeting's two speakers: John Foster...

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