Reform & Renewal

October 1967
The article offers information on the canonical change approved by the delegates in the 62nd general convention of the Episcopal Church in Seattle, Washington. It says that under the law, a request for heresy trial must be signed by not less than 10 bishops and will require two-thirds majority of the House of Bishops. According to Bishop James Pike, the reform is a vindication. Meanwhile, presiding Bishop John E. Hines has considered the convention one of the most productive in years.


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