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News Comment: by Mark Gibbs
Facts and Figures: The Church of England's present statistical unit was set up in 1955; its first report was issued in 1959, and a second edition is expected shortly. Leslie Harman. Rector of Shellingford, Berkshire, discusses the importance of statistics to the Church, and describes a fact-finding mission in his own parishes
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