Religion: Reformation Church

In Honolulu last week, 1,300 bishops, priests and laymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church met under Presiding Bishop Henry Knox Sherrill for their 58th triennial general convention—the first held outside the U.S. continent. The site was the result of controversy: Houston, originally chosen, had been rejected for its racial segregation. But controversy continued to break out at the convention itself.

"Latin peoples are religiously undernourished," said Bishop Egmont M. Krischke of Southwestern Brazil backed up by Bishop Isabelo de los Reyes of the Philippine Independent Church and the Right Rev. Louis C. Melcher, Bishop of Central Brazil. Roman Catholic Latin Americans...

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