Religion: Aim: Unity

The Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S., as Presiding Bishop Henry Knox Sherrill has remarked, is "the roomiest church in the world." But despite the doctrinal roominess, there remains a sharp-edged division between its High and Low Church members—between those who regard their church as basically (Anglo) Catholic and those who emphasize its Protestantism. Last week U.S. Episcopalians got a new publication dedicated to smoothing the sharp edges of division, and giving the church a national news magazine into the bargain. The unity which Episcopal Churchnews seeks to promote is expressed on its...

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