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Among this week's items are:
In London for Lambeth: From June to August the great majority of the bishops of the world-wide Anglican communion will be in this country for the Lambeth Conference. Each week a bishop from abroad is invited to talk about the situation of the Church as he sees it in his own area overseas. This week. The Right Rev. L. W. Brown. Bishop of Uganda. is interviewed by the Rev. E. H. Patey of the British Council of Churches
Christians and Yogi-men: Some light reflections on the delights of heterodoxy, by Christopher Driver 100th Birthday: The Rev. Professor John Evans. now a centenarian, answers questions about ' then and now '
News Comment: by John Dixon of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel
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