Religion: Missions & Money

U. S. church giving, which went into a tailspin during Depression, showed signs last week of a slight leveling off. To 29 Episcopal missionary bishops in Liberia, Japan, India. Brazil and elsewhere, word was flashed that the Church had made up a $127,000 deficit, that work need not be financially curbed any further than it already is.

The fact that the Protestant Episcopal Church did a great deal of scraping before it raised $127,000 might have seemed odd 10 those who know that Episcopalians possess greater per-capita wealth than any other body...

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