Religion: Bishop's Dilemma

The Rt. Rev. Thomas James Garland, Bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Philadelphia, is a shrewd, hard worker, not without a sense of humor. Born in Ireland, he has lived in Pennsylvania more than a quarter-century. His long toil in the vineyard has thinned and dried him. His diocese is wealthy.

Last week Bishop Garland had this statement to make: "They all seem to be afraid of hard work. It rather amuses me. I have borne the burden of the work here for the past six years. I am 62 and they are all younger men than I. The diocese has not...

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