RELIGION: Reseated Bishop

In 1906, at the Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge, Mass., the late Bishop Frank Spalding asked for volunteers to help him in his missionary diocese of Utah. Echoing Isaiah, 26-year-old Student Paul Jones, Yale graduate, cried: '"Here I am, send me."

In 1914, Paul Jones, archdeacon of Utah, was chosen to succeed Bishop Spalding.

In 1917, patriots in and out of Utah complained about Bishop Jones's lack of enthusiasm for the War. He doggedly refused to "see how a mere declaration by Congress could alter the principles involved." The Episcopal House of Bishops appointed a Commission to look into Bishop Jones's beliefs,...

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