From the Archives

Archives: Anglo-Catholic Congress Meets, July 1920

"The Congress has shown that the Catholic party is very much alive, and is strong, both intellectually and numerically. Those who took part in the proceedings are not likely to forget very soon the amazing scenes of enthusiasm for a great cause, prompted by an intense devotion to our Blessed Lord and a firm determination to uphold the principles of the Catholic Faith."

ARCHIVES: V-E Day: Rejoicing, Reconsecration, Work

In two issues in May, 1945, The Living Church reported extensively on joyful and solemn observances of V-E Day throughout the Episcopal Church, including at a Milwaukee war products factory. An Episcopal army chaplain also reported on a burial service he conducted the same day for 200 concentration camp victims in Ludwigslust, Germany.