Religion: Two-Way Traffic

Disturbed by talk that dramatic gains are being made by the Roman Catholic Church in England, the Most Rev. Cyril Forster Garbett, Anglican Archbishop of York, had his say on the subject in his monthly diocesan letter, published last week.

"It has recently been said that there is now a highway leading to Rome," he wrote. "But on most of our modern roads there is dual traffic. This is also true of the spiritual highway; on one track there are many making the journey to Rome, but on the other there is a continuous stream of those who are leaving Rome and...

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