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RITUALISM IN THE CHURCH OF…

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RITUALISM IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, ADDRESS BY A CARMARTHEN BAPTIST MINISTER. Sunday being the seventh anniversary of the Rev. A. Fuller Mills's pastorate at the English Baptist Chapel, Carmarthen, the rev. gentleman took advantage of the presence of an unusually large congregation in the evening to deliver an address on Ritualism instead of the usual sermon. "In reality," he said, "the question was not one of ecclesiastical millinery and mummery, but it was that which lay behind and underneath. It was this: The impudent assumption that there is an order of men in the world to whom had descended from Christ, the God-man, supernatural powers not possessed outside the line of descent. It was a question of a human priesthood and sacraments which took the place, as they affirmed, of Christ and His authority. This undermined Christianity- it undermined Protestantism. They were the scouts of Romanism. He condemned them becauso they were not honest, and because they were law-breakers. They ought, no less than any other civil servant, to be punished, not for their opinions, but for breaking the law, and the best punishment that could be meted out to them would be for the nation to demand that they should relinquish their charges and emoluments, and establish them- selves, or permit the Holy Father to establish them, and pay for theit millinery and incense. MR. FILLINGHAM CREATES A SCENE AT ST. P ÜÚiS. There was a scene at St. Paul's on Tuesday morning, when the Rev. Robert Fillingham pro- tested against Father Dolling's preaching in the cathedral. Mr. Fillingham. at the commence- ment of the service, rose and read the following protest:—"I. Robert Charles Fillingham, a con- firmed clergyman of the Church of England, do solemnly protest against the presence of the Rev. R. R. Dolling in the pulpit of this Protes- tant Cathedral on the ground that he is a noto- rious depraver of the Book of Common Prayer, having celebrated and justified the celebration of masses for the dead, contrary to the 31st Article." There was some scene at the close, Mr. Fillingham being conducted to the door by the vergers, a number of his adherents leaving the cathedral with him. There were renewed anti-Ritualistic demon- strations at Peterborough on Sunday night. The leaders of the movement, however, failed to appear, and the crowd amused itself by hustling well-known cathedral sidesmen.

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