Advocates a Change

Boston Herald

"THE intrusion of the word 'Protestant' in our title is a stain upon our escutcheon.... It emblazons a falsity.... It puts us in strange and objectionable company.... It is an anachronism."

These quotations contain, in a nutshell form, the sentiments of Bishop Cortlandt Whitehead of Pittsburg, Pa., as expressed in his address last evening [February II] at Trinity Church, on the desirability of a change in the name of the Protestant Episcopal Church of America.

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