A Ten-Point Rally was announced for Wednesday of this week at Ashton Hall, Lancaster, both the Catholic and Anglican Bishops of Lancaster, together with representatives of the Free Churches having given (heir support to the movement.
In a fetter in the local Press, Mgr. Flynn, Bishop of Lancaster, writing with other Church leaders, exptessed the hope that all Christians will study the Points_for a Christian New Order and form disciaSsion groups in all churches without delay. Asking for prayers for " this vital work," the signatories expect that with God's help " and our own unremitting labours, the foundations of a truly Christian order will be laid in this ' green and pleasant land when the present chaos and world turmoil has ceased."
Hanley, Staffordshire, is also to have a Ten-Point Rally, announced for Sunday, November 23, at the Victoria Hall, when the speakers will be the Archbishop of Birmingham, the Anglican Bishop of Lichfield, and a distinguished Free Chuichman.