Among this week's items are:
News Comment: by Mark Gibbs
The Ministries of Women: 2-The Home Missionary. R. T. Brooks visits St. Paul's House. Liverpool, where women are trained for service in the Congregational Churches. He also calls on a home missionary working on a housing estate at Bradford
Three popular Victorian Anthems: Kenneth Savidge discusses the merits of works by Woodward. Goss. and Sullivan. Illustrations bv the Huddersfield Methodist Choir, conducted by A. S. Frost : organist, Ralph Garside The Faith and Family' Campaign 1958-59: The Rev. Derrick Childs. secretary of the co-ordinating committee. speaks about this campaign of the Church in Wales, which reaches its climax and conclusion at Easter
R. H. C. DAVIS
Fellow of Merton College, Oxford
R. W. Southern, r.R.Hist.s.
Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford
Two medieval historians discuss the aristocracy in Norman England, its towns and trade, peasants and clerks, free and unfree; and the two societies-English and Norman-which ultimately became one.
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