November 1972
Time;11/13/1972, Vol. 100 Issue 20, p125
The article offers information on topics related to the Episcopal Church and the Presbyterian Church in the U.S. It states that Episcopal Church first presiding bishop John E. Hines is planning to retire from his position in the Church in spring 1974 because of his illness. Moreover, it mentions that the Presbyterian Church in the U.S. has been alleged to be experiencing schism which could mean that Church members will be leaving their Church with denomination or value.


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