AN Association has been formed under the above title to tmite in a bond of intercessory prayer members both of the clergy and laity of the Roman Catholic, Greek, and Anglican Communions. It is hoped and believed that many, however widely separated at present in their religious c
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TENTHS AND OFFERINGS. To the Editor the " Union." Sin— In commending to the prayers of his brother clergy the object aimed at in his pamphlet, Tenths and Offerings. Whose are they? (Rivingtons), the Rev. T. Ramsbotham remarks that the very fact of this subject having been takela