Religion: Manhattan Churches

Vested in stole and surplice, Rector Randolph Ray stepped from the quiet of his sacristy into the flower-decorated chancel at the Little Church Around the Corner* last week, to preside at the unveiling of the fifth stained glass window there in memory of famed actors. This time it was to commemorate John Drew,† whose mother had a pew at the Church before him.

The choir sang hymns, Rector Ray read from the psalms. There were four talks, all by laymen: one a Jew, one a Roman Catholic, one an Episcopalian, one a freethinker interested...

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