Religion: Words & Works

¶Plans were announced for a new Cincinnati church building that reverses the long trend away from the business districts and into the suburbs. At a cost of more than $1,100,000, raised by parishioners without the help of any big philanthropist's contribution, 119 year-old Episcopal Christ Church will be razed and rebuilt on its present site (in an architectureal mixture of modern and Gothic), despite the presence of Cincinnati's nearby Skid Row. "This is a city parish," said Senior Warden Charles P. Taft (brother of the late Senator), "and it's going to stay where it belongs-downtown." * In 1953, membership in...

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