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THE PAN-ANGLICAN CONGRESS. w (SPECIAL ARTICLE.) I (Continued.) I 11. I ibjo Pau-Angliean Congress will be made up 6' ll) delegates, and (2) members. Ail Ang'li- 5an Kioceecs outside the British Islets, number- ing over two hundred, have been asked t-o sciid relegates (riot, more than six from each diocese) the Congress Those delegates may be <'lGr?>, or laymer., or women. They will each r,L'ceiv. for the whole of the Con- ff'ess, and y offeror, hospitality while they in London during the tirri, of the Con- Kfcse. It ilS hoped that i-hoso who wish to \llf!:t u!.iwr parts of Enghnd, when the Con- Krcee is over, wiiJ bo offered hospitaJi1y in our ?'a.t.h?u-a.! cilies. and in oth?r towns of int.ereiit. ??'y of tbc»o dciega.)? will be of special in- ??M, being native of far-off Lands, For in- I n..Lt.1v,?s of r-L?ff 'a,ri(i. Ft,r :In- t 411(k, arc- coiii:liig it?-e lk There will also be delegates from the home dicoesee, bat these will not have the same Priviiew, ae tho?c who come from outside the British I si os. lies id's delegates, ther i will be Congress Members. To become a member is simply a fatter of payment. Five thousand guinea ^•'eketti have already been d isposed of; five ^Outiand supplementary tickets arc going to be l*ued. and day t:ckets are also going to be ^°ld. For eich of the five great evening meet- Ing"1! in the Alhert Halll, there will ah;o be be- tWfxn two thousand and three thousand free tickH<; given away, so that thoe who may not be able to afford to become- members may yet aVe an opportunity of coming to the Congress, ^•e cue great, aim of the Congress, however, is ll-ot to attract great numbers of people, but. to W people to study carefully the subjects that are to be dieoiwsscd, si lid then to gather together for and mutual help" tho:e who reailly have studied and mastered the problems in the Paper", whidl have already been published. t. ]1' I' J ) Seven main subjects will be d iscussed, iiame- y, <1) The Church and Human Society, which such topics a.s moraliiy in commercial! ;and OC,<,jal Jiie, capital and labour, Christianity arid Socialism these papers arc of special in- terest, as touching en subjects which are so rnuch heard of at the present, day. (2) Christian Truth and other Intellectual Forces, which in- cudes religion and science, religion and the O'lrisfirn revi-la.tion and the similar ^laini-8 of other religions. (3) The Church s Ministry, including the ministry of laymen. &nd the ministry of women. (4) The Church's Mission in Non-Christian lands. (5) The Church's Mission in Christendom. (6) The •^iglican Communion, loth in itself, and 111 elation to other Christian bodie.s. (7) The Church's Duty to the Young. (These papers, Price twopence for each group, may aK be ob- tained it the S P.C.K Depot.) It will t hus be seen that the Congress by means a missionary congress, as some people ITP"L though naturally missionary work, of sueh vital importance, comes much to -s based on the all- swers to the three questions which were sent about five ycats ago to all Anglican Dioceses. a,1ôd it iletl s with urgent. ptoWlems which affect t C.<hul"ch both at home and abroad. The names of the writers of papers shew how liuch intelled and knowledge have been Jj'Oueht to bear on the various subjects. In "Motion I come the names amoiis" many ot hers. If the Bishop of Birmingham. Canon Scott Holland, the Rev. P. Bull/the Rev. A. J. Car- In other sections we find such names as tlK of t he Bi:hop of Southwark, Bishop ^elidon, the Archbishop of Brisbane, Canon Webster, the Bishop of Stepney. Mrs. I (rlhtcm, I'ro'essor Margoliouth, Sir Walter I 1 h'Uitnore, the Rev. George Weslcott. I iTt) be eoni in-ued.)

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