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People: John R. Cox
Locations: Victoria, Nottingham

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" CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC CHURCH"

sut,-1 was most interested to read that the lrvingite Church in Nottingham had been leased to the diocese at a nominal rent and this case is not unique. for a similar arrangement was made in the case of St. Anne's, Abbey Orchard Street, Victoria, S.W.

Of all the non-Catholic sects these people have always been the most charitably disposed towards us, both collectively and individually, also to other Christian bodies. too, for that matter, Let us hope and pray that all these good people will soon find their way into the True Church and that we may all benefit by their great example of Christian charity.

John R. Cox.

Journeys End, Wye, Kent.




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