Religion: Definite Articles

In 1925, the triennial general convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church resolved to delete, from the Protestant Episcopal prayer manual, that section known as "the Thirty-nine articles," which among other things, defines some of the differences between Protestant and Roman Catholic creeds and practices. This resolution, to be effected, must be ratified at the next general convention, to be held at Washington, in October. Last week 105 more or less consequential lay members of the Protestant Episcopal Church from 45 of the 72 U. S. dioceses, signed a memorial to the House of Bishops petitioning that the Thirty-nine articles be retained...

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