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World Youth Conference: A discussion by some of the delegates to Vienna, July 25-August 8
Baptism and Confirmation: The report of the Church of England Liturgical Commission is described and discussed bv the Rev. A. H. Couratin, Principal of St. Stephen's House. Oxford 0.
The West Indian Style of Worship: Illustrated by excerpts from a service for Jamaicans held on July 12 at City Road Baptist Church. Bristol, conducted by Pastor A. L. Cooke of the Pentecostal Church in Jamaica
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