Religion: Toward Unity

When Great Britain treats with a lesser nation like Rumania, her diplomats may exhibit well-bred superciliousness. Not so when the Church of England deals with a body like the Orthodox Church of Rumania. The Anglican Church, convinced as it is that it is truly Catholic, is young compared with its Catholic colleagues throughout the world. And many an Anglican is sensitive because doubt has been cast—mostly by Roman Catholics— upon the validity of Anglican priestly powers, which are descended from those of Queen Elizabeth's first Archbishop, who according to Roman Catholics was...

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