How important is it to Anglicans that the children of mixed marriages be brought up as members of their own Communion, and why? An Episcopalian’s Response
Author(s): L. Mason Knox
Event date: Dublin, 1-5 April 1974
(ARCCM: Ecclesiological positions and pastoral disciplines)
Protocol number: ARCCM-24
Lambeth Library: CFR/6/3/7/186A/24
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