January 1975
National Review;1/31/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p127
Discusses several problems being faced by the Anglican Church. Description of the theological and cultural significance of the Anglican Common Book of Prayer; Information on the strengths and weaknesses of the Church; Attitude of poor Anglicans towards the Church; Comparison of Anglicanism and Roman Catholicism; Comment that weaknesses of Anglicanism are that nobody pays much attention to it and very few people attend its functions.


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