Eaglais Easbuigeach na h-Alba a Eaglais na h-Oighre Muire,
A Gaelic Service
(Scottish Episcopal Church), from St. Mary's Church, Glencoe
Ordugh na Seirbhise
Laoidh 323, Is Sona Luchd a' Chridhe
Ghloin (air fonn Crimond)
Salm xlii, 1-4 (air fonn Ballerma)
Leughadh bho'n Tiomnadh Nuadh:
An Soisgeul a Reir Mhata , vi, 6-24
Salm cxxi (air fonn Salzburg)
An Searmon. An t-Urr.
Laoidh 163, 0 m'anam,
Cluinn-sa Guth do Dhe (air fonn Soldau)
Ceann a' Chiuil-inneil, Robina
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by distinguished visitors to the World Conference on Faith and Order, Edinburgh
Since August 3 distinguished churchmen of many denominations and all parts of the world have been taking part in this important meeting, which will last until August 18. Last Sunday the Reverend E. J. Hagan broadcast an explanation of the aims of the Conference. Today listeners will hear some of the distinguished visiting churchmen explain the attitude of their churches to the Conference's aims, which may be briefly summarised as a search for the underlying unity between different communions.
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