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Roman Catholic Hierarchy

Source: Apostolic Delegation, Washington At the head of the Roman Catholic Church is Peter, Prince of the Apostles; Supreme Pontifs of the Supreme Pontifi, Pius XII, Eugenio Pacelli, the Universal Church Patriarch of the West; born at Rome, March 2, 1876, ordained priest

Primate of Italy; Archbishop and Metropolitan of

the Roman Province; Sovereign of the State of the April 2, 1899, consecrated bishop by Benedict xv,

Vatican City. May 13, 1917, proclaimed cardinal, December 16,

The College of Cardinals, when complete, is 1929, and Secretary of State, February 7, 1930;

made up of 70 members, of whom 6 are Cardinalelected Pope as successor of Pius XI, March 2, 1939; Bishops, 50 are Cardinal-Priests, and 14 are crowned March 12, 1939.

Cardinal-Deacons. The College is the Senate of the The Pontiff is, in orders, a Bishop. His eccle- Roman Church. The Cardinals advise the Pope and siastical title is: 'His Holiness, the Pope; Bishop of elect his successor. The Cardinal-Bishops take Rome and Vicar of Jesus Christ: Successor of St. their titles from the Suburban Sees of Rome.

Na- Year of Year of
Name
Office or Dignity

tionality Birth Creat.

Cardinal-Bishops-
Gennaro Granlto Pignatelli di
Belmonte..

Bishop of Ostia and Albano, Dean; Prefect
of the Ceremonial Congregation...

Italian.....

1851 1911 Tommaso Pio Bogglanl... Bishop of Porto and Santa Ruina; Chancellor of the Church.

Italian .... 1863 1916 Enrico Gasparri.

Bishop of Velletri; Prefect of the Supreme

Tribunal of the Apostolic Signature...... Italian.... 1871 1925 Francesco Marchetti-Selvaggiani.

Bishop of Frascati; Vicar General of Rome:

secretary of the Congregation of the Holy
Omces.

Itallan..... 1871 1930
Carlo Salotti.
Bishop of Palestrina; Prefect of S. C. Rites.

*1933 Enrico Sibilla. Bishop of Sabina and Poggio Mirteto.

1935 Cardinal-Priests-William O'Connell, Archbishop of Boston.

American.. 1859 1911 Alessio Ascalesi. Archbishop of Naples.

Italian... 1872

1916 Adolph Bertram. Archbishop of Breslau,

German. 1859 1919 Michael Faulhaber Archbishop of Munich and Freising

German. 1869 1921 Dennis J. Dougherty. Archbishop of Philadelphia

American. 1865 1921 Francisco Vidal y Barraquer. Archbishop of Tarragona.

Spanish

1868 1921 Giovanni B. Nasalli-Rocca.. Archbishop of Bologna.

Italian....

1872

1923 Alessandro Verde...

Itallan... 1865 1925 Joseph Ernest Van Roey Archbishop of Malines

Belgian.. 1874 1927 Auguste Hlond Archbishop of Gnesna and Posnania.

Polish.

1881 1927 Pedro Segura y Saenz. Archbishop of Seville....

Spanish 1880 1927 Justinian Seredi..

Archbishop of strigonia, Primate of Hungary Hungarlan. 1884 1927 Ildefonso Schuster. Archbishop of Milan...

Italian.....

1880 1929 Emanuele Goncalves Cerejeira Patriarch of Lisbon...

Portuguese 1888 1929 Luigi Lavitrabo. Archbishop of Palermo..

Italian .. 1874 1929 Joseph MacRory. Archbishop of Armagh.

Irish..

1861 1929 Sebastiano Leme de Silveira Cintra.. Archbishop of Rio de Janelro.

Brazilian.. 1882 1930 Raffaele Cario Rossi. Sec. of Consistorial Congregation:

Italian

1876 1930 Achilles Llenart Bishop of Lille

French.. 1884 1930 Pietro Fumasoni-Biondi. Prefect of the Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith.

Italian. 1872 1933 Federico Tedeschini.

Datary of the Pope: archpriest of Saint Peter's Italian, 1873 *1933 Maurilio Fossati. Archbishop of Turin.

Italian.

1876 1933 Rodrigo Volenueve. Archbishop of Quebec

Canadlan, 1883 1933 Ella della Costa. Archbishop of Florence

Italian..... 1872 1933 Theodore Innltzer Archbishop of Vienna.

Austrian.. 1875 1933 Ignatius Gabriel Tappouni. Patriarch of Antioch.

Syrian.. 1879 1935 Francesco Marmaggi Prefect of the Congregation of the Council Italian.

1876 1935

Italian,
Secretary of State of His Holiness
Luigi Maglione.

1877 1935 Carlo Cremonesi

Italian.

1866 1935 Henry Baudrillart

French

1859

1935 Emanuel Celestine Suhard. Archbishop of Paris

French 1874 1935 Archbishop of Buenos Aires.

Argentinian 1880 Giacomo Luigi Copello.

1935 Pietro Boetto. Archbishop of Genoa

1871 1935 Eugenio Tisserant.

Secretary of the S. Oriental Congregation;

President of the Biblical Commission.. French 1884 1936 Adeodato G. Plazza. Patriarch of Venice.

Italian.

1884 1937 Ermenegildo Pellegrinetti.

Italian. 1876 1937 Arthur Hinsley. Archbishop of Westminister..

English.

1865 Giuseppe Pizzardo.

Prefect of the S. Congregation of Seminaries
and Universities

Italian. 1877 1937
Pierre Gerlier.....
Archbishop of Lyons

French

1880 1937 Cardinal Deacons: Camillo Caccia Dominionl..

Italian..... 1877 1935 Nicola Canall.

President of the Commission for the Govern-
ment of the Vatican City

Italian...

1874

1935 Domenico Jorio. Prefect of the S. C. of Sacraments.

Italian,

1867 1935

Italian.
Prefect of the S. C. of Religious.

1874 1935 Vincenzo La Puma. Federico Cattant-Amadori.:

Italian. 1856 1935 Massimo Massimi. Pres. of Com, for Oriental Codification. Italian

1877 1935

Italian...
Librarian and Archivist of the Church
Giovanni Mercati.

1866 1936 Recent archaeological discoveries in the Bible lands re-establish its early books as historical contemporaneous records of conditions as they existed in the days of the Patriarchs and Moses, it was stated in 1938 in New York City at the opening session of the Institutes of Biblical and Post-Biblical Literatures by Prof. William F. Albright, Biblical authority of Johns Hopkins University.

The first revision of the Baltimore Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church was published in 1941, according to an announcement by the Episcopal Committee of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine. Most of the answers of the old catechism, which has been widely used in parochial schools, have been simplined and modernized in terminology and treatment of subject matter. The Baltimore Catechism was published in 1891.

The work of revision, under the guidance of the committee, was carried on for six years by scholars and by all the bishops of the American hierarchy. Before publication it was submitted to the Sacred Congregation of the Council in Rome.

Italian.....

Chronological List of Popes

1153

Source: Annuario Pontificio Anti-Popes are inserted in botaface. (Anti- | Sovereign of the Temporal Domains of the Holy Popes were illegitimate claimants of or pretenders Roman Church. to the papal throne.) The Popes who resided at

The Pope's spiritual titles are: Vicar of Christ.

Successor of St. Peter. Bishop of Rome, Archbishop Avignon are marked with (A.) c. = circa (about), and Metropolitan of the Roman Province, Primate The Pope's temporal title now is: Sovereign of

of Italy, Patriarch of the West, Supreme Pontif the

State of Vatican City. Formerly it was, of the Universal Church.
Date
Date
Date

Date Cons. Name of Pope Cons. Name of Pope Cons. Name of Pope Cons. Name of Pope 42 St. Petrus 619 Bonifacius V.

984 Joannes XIV. 1352 Innocentius VI. 67 St, Linus 625 Honorius L.

985 Joannes XV. 78 St. Cletus 640 Severinus 996 Gregorius V.

1362 Urbanus V. (A.) 90 st. Clement I. 640 Joannes IV

997 Joannes XVI. 1370 Gregorius XI. (A.) 100 St. Anacletus 642 Theodorus I. 999 Sylvester II.

1378 Urbanus VI. 112 st. Evaristus

649 St. Martinus I. 1003 Joannes XVII. 1378 Clement VII.(A.) 121 St. Alexander I, 655 st. Eugenlus I. 1003 Joannes XVIII. 1389 Bonllarius IX. 132 st. Sixtus I. 657 St. Vitallanus 1009 Sergius IV.

1394 Benedictus XIII. 142 St. Telesphorus 672 Deusdedit II.

1012 Benedictus VIII.

(A) 154 St. Hygibus 676 Donus I. 1024 Joanney XIX.

1404 Innocentius VII. 158 St. Pius I. 678 St. Agatho

1033 Benedictus IX 1406 Gregorlus XII. c167 St. Anicetus

682 St. Leo II.
1044 Gregorius VI.

1409 Alexander V. c175 St, Soterug 684 St. Benedictus II 1046 Clement II.

1410 Joannes XXII. c182 St. Eleutherus

685 Joannes V.
1048 Damasus II.

1417 Martinus V
193 St. Victor I.
686 Conon

1049
St. Leo IX.

1424 Clement VIII. 203 St. Zephyrinus 687 St. Sergius I.

1055 Victor II.

1431 Eugenius IV. 221 St. Calixtus I. 701 Joannes VI. 1057 Stephanus X

1440 Felix V. 227 8. Urbanus I. 705 Joannes VII. 1058 Benedictus X.

1447 Nicolaus V. 233 St. Pontianus 708 Sisinnius 1059 Nicolaus II.

1455 Callxtus III. 238 St. Anterus 708 Constantinus I. 1061 Honorius II.

1458 Pius II. 239 St. Fablanus 715 St. Gregorius II. 1061 Alexander II.

1464 Paulus II. 253 St. Cornelius 731 St. Gregorius III. 1073 St. Gregorius VII.

1471 Sixtus IV. 255 St. Lucius I. 741 St. Zacharius 1080 Clement III.

1484 Innocentius VIII 257 St. Stephanus I. 752 Stephanus II. 1087 Victor III.

1492 Alexander VI. 260 St. Sixtus II. 752 St. Stephanus III. 1088 Urbanus II.

1503 Plus III. 261 St. Dlouysius 757 St. Paulus I. 1099 Paschalis II.

1503 Jullus IL 272 St. Fellx I. 768 Stephanus IV. 1118 Gelasius II.

1513 Leo X 275 St. Eutychianus 771 Hadrianus I.

1118 Gregorius VIII.

1522 Hadrianus VI. 283 St. Calus 795 St. Leo III. 1119 Calixtus II.

1523 Clement VII. 296 St. Marcellinus 816 St. Stephanus V. 1124 Honorius II.

1534

Paulus III. 304 St. Marcellus I. 817 St. Paschauls I. 1130 Innocentius II.

1550 Julius III. 309 st. Eusebius 824 Eugenius II. 1130 Anacletus II.

1555 Marcellus II. 311 St. Melchiades 827 Valentinus 1138 Victor IV.

1555 Paulus IV. 314 St. Sylvester I. 827 Gregorlus IV. 1143 Celestinus II.

1559 Plus IV 337 St. Marcus 844 Serglus II. 1144 Lucius II.

1566 St. Pius V 341 St. Jullus I. 847 St. Leo IV. 1145 Eugenius III.

1572 Gregorius XIII 352 St. Liberius 855 Benedictus III.

Anastaslus IV.

1585 Sixtus V. 363 St. Felix II. 858 St. Nicolaus I. 1154

Hadrianus IV.

1590 Urbanus VII. 367 St. Danasus 867 Hadrianus II. 1159 Alexander III.

1590 Gregorius XIV. 366 Ursinus 872 Joanneg VIII.

116
Victor V.

1591 Innocenti IX. 384 St, Siricius 882 Martinus II. 1164 Paschalis III.

1592 (Clement VIII. 399 St. Anastasius I. 884 St. Hadrianus III. 1181 Lucius III.

1605 Leo XI. 402 St. Innocentius I. 885 Stephanus VI. 1185 Urbanus 11.

1605 Paulus V. 417 St, Zosimus 891 Formosus 1187 Gregorius VIU.

1621 Gregorlus XV. 418 St. Bonilacius I. 896 Bonifacius VI. 1187 Clement III.

1623 Urbanus VII. 423 St. Celestinus I. 896 Stephanus VII. 1191 Celestinus I!I.

1644 Innocentius X. 432 St. Sixtus III. 897 Romanus 1198 Innocentius III

1655 Alexander VII. 440 St. Leo I. 898 Theodorus II. 1216 Honorius III.

1667 Clement IX. 461 St. Hllarug 898 Jouanes IX. 1227 Gregorius IX.

1670 Clernent X, 468 St. Simplicius 900 Benedictus IV. 1241 Celestinus IV.

1676 innocentius XI. 483 St. Felix III. 903 Leo V. 1243 Innocentius IV.

1689 Alexander VIII. 492 st. Gelasius I. 903 Christophorus 1254 Alexander IV.

1691 Innocentius XII. 496 St. Anastasius II 904 Serglue III.

1261 Urbanus IV.

1700 Clement XI, 498 St, Syinmachus 911 Anitastus III. 1265 Clement IV.

1721 Innocentius XII. 514 St. Hormisdas 913 Landonlus 1271 Gregorius X.

1724 Benedictus XIII. 523 St. Joannes I. 915 Joannes X. 1276 Innocentius V.

1730 Clernent XII. 526 St. Felix IV. 928 Le0 VI. 1276 Hadrianus V.

1740 Benedictus XIV, 530 Bonifaclus II. 929 Stephanus VIII. 1276 Jounnes XX.

1758 Clement XIII. 532 Joannes II. 931 Joanne XI. 1277 Nicolaus III.

1769 Clement XIV. 535 St. Agapetus I. 936 Leo VII. 1281 Martinus IV.

Pius VI. 536 St. Silverlus 939 Stephanus IX. 1285 Honorius IV.

1800 Plug VII. 538 Vigilius 942 Murtinus III. 1288 Nicolaus IV,

1823 Leo XII. 555 Pelagius I. 946 Agapetus II. 1294 St, Celestinus V.

1829 Plus VIII. 560 Joannes III. 956 Joannes XII. 1294 Bonifacius VIII.

1831 Gregorius XVI. 574 Benedictus I. 963 Leo VIII. 1303 Benedictus XI.

1846 Pius IX. 578 Pelagius II. 964 Benedictug V. 1305 Clement V.

1878 Leo XIII. 590 St. Gregorius I. 965 Joannes XIII.

1316 Jounnes XXI.

1903 Pius X. 604 Sabinianus 972 Benedictus VI. 1328 Nicholas V.

1914 Benedictus XV. 607 Bonifacius III. 973 Donus II. 1334 Benedictus XII.

1922 Plus XI. 608 St. Bonifacius IV 974 Bonifacius VII.

1342 Clement VI. (A.)

1939 Plus XII. 615 St. Deusledit I. 975 Benedictus VIL

The temporal power of the Pope, which was which created the State of Vatican City, including extinguished by the Italian Goverment in 1871. St. Peter's Plazza. was re-established by the Lateran Treaties of 1929.

Peace on Earth-to Whom? The Vulgate edition of the New Testament, pub- Earth, Good will to Men," thus, it is contended

some lished by the English College at Rheims in 1582

scholars, interpreting into them a

double benediction of peace and good will, one gives the 14th verse of the 2nd chapter of the

without dependence on the other. Gospel of St. Luke as follows:

Other scholars translate the Greek original of "Gloria in excelsis Deo et in terra pax hominibus

the Latin Vulgate to mean: "Peace, good pleasure bonae voluntatis," which has been translated by:

among men," or "peace among the men of his *Glory to God in the highest, and on earth good pleasure.' or again "the peace which comes peace to men of good will."

of God's good pleasure is among men." The Protestant, or King James, version divides The Old Testament Latin Vulgate was first pubthe words into two phrases to read "Peace on lished by the English College at Douay in 1609.

Roman Catholic Statistics for the United States

Source: Official Catholic Directory, copyrighted 1941 by P. J. Kenedy & Sons Archdioceses,

Archdioceses, Dioceses,

Cler- Chur-Children Catholic Dioceses, Cler-Chur-Children Catholic Vicariatesgy ches Attend. Pop. Vicariates- Ry ches Attend.

Pop. Apostolic

Apostolic

[graphic]

Baltimore.
1,541 253 50,134 385,751 Lansing

124 84 7,974 Boston.

70,000 1,589 375 79,404 1,500,382 Leavenworth. 317

128 9,275 80,000 Chicago

1,906
430 150,872 1,536,100 Lincoln..

143 140 2,633 36,344 Cincinnati 736 235 34,467 253,635 Little Rock

146 126

6,040 34,070 Detroit 749 218 73,418 602,000 Manchester

242 125 19,267 170,783 Dubuque 343 234 14,742 127,361 Marquette

122

6,437 88,941 Los Angeles 652 224 23,034 327,956 | Mobile

206 124 6,871

55,493 Louisville 255 104 15,082 113,564 Monterey-Fresno 123 91

3,428 Milwaukee.

127,703 859 326 49,350 460,000 Nashville

89 66 5,451 41.000 Newark 679 221 66,491 645,000 Natchez

100 113 7,718 38,812 New Orleans 400 243 31,910 330,000 Odgensburg

186 157 6,707 109,460 New York

1,695 457 90,787 1,004,173 Okla. C. & Tulsa 174 158 8,282 64.410 Philadelphia 1,563 388 109,292 872,425 | Omaha.

246 161 11,406 100,000 Portland, O. 217 147 6,334 55,766 | Owensboro,

48 58 2,628 St. Louis

28,613 712 339 46.947 440,000 Paterson.

190 77 8,443 120,936 St. Paul.

496
284 32.995 314,358 Peoria..

306 233 12.333 130,888 San Antonio 253 208 14,715 195,326 Pittsburgh.

804 448 75,729 665,979 San Francisco. 734 227 21.234 443,000 Portland

266 187 23,611 195,185 Santa Fe 110 349 9.074 141,201 Providence.

426 145

26,657 347,961 Albany 563 239 19.151 242,560 Raleigh.

116 99

2,573 10,917 Alexandria 73 80 4,800 45,162 Rapid City

112 197 1,198 40, 204 Altoona. 225 133 10,783 117,265 Reno..

30 30 242 12,153 Amarillo

55 04
1,439 23,075 Richmond

149 112 7,065 47,428 Baker City

38 52

169
11,968 Rochester.

369 170

22,491 230,107 Belleville.

165
134 9,958 76,517 Rockford

200 104 7,717 60,590 Bismarck

112
143 3,760 51,371 Sacramento

104 119 2,757 82,166 Boise, 70 95 1,559 21,255 Saginaw

119 112 110,083 86,330 Brooklyn

1,023 324 117,103 962,063 St. Augustine. 137 103 7,264 65,767 Buffalo

736
280
47,998 392,184 St. Cloud ..

230 138 8.925 84,181 Burlington 128 112 9,098 110,531 St. Joseph

116 93 3,696 27,877 Camden

105 86

9,914
111,380 Salt Lake.

37 21 699 17,117 Charleston 66 57 -1.645 12,571 San Diego.

104 130 3,365 141,689 Cheyenne

43 61 1.200 32,933 SavannahCleveland

811
530 56.805 540.482 Atlanta

95 54 3,121 22,500 Columbus. 270 159 20.259 142,409 Scranton..

443 275 21,857 356,957 Concordia 110 100 1,224 43,000 Seattle

301 175 9,219 103,000 Corpus Christi

122
176 4.920 160,864 Sioux City

181 146 11,010 72,424 Covington 113 89 8,864 65,000 Sioux Falls.

165

182 5,877 64,188 Crookston 67 88 2,228 27,984 Spokane

103 98 2,742 33,030 Dallas

118 140 6,278 47.250Springneld, III. 248 164 10,626 88,114 Davenport

188 126 7,181 60,887 Springfield, Denver 294 236 11.640 147,217 Mass.

678 237 40,208 497,500 Des Moines 142 9.5 5,510 41,090 Superior

100 149 4,770 64,332 Duluth. 115 119 3.322 71,130 Syracuse.

316 171 14.903 203,986 El Paso. 115 141 2,436 123,538 Toledo.

319 152 20,895 164,716 Erie 245 157 14,075 142,517 Trenton

296

172 19,652 223,093 Fall River 260 114 13,400 191.171 Tucson

82 107 3,494 100,000 Fargo.

146
2,279 69,086 Wheeling

127 143 6,445 67,950 Fort Wayne 498 191 24.266 183,297

Wichita

164 153

6,290 56,645 Gallup 53 111 2,268 30,159 Wilmington. 100

6,011 Galveston

34,576 214 176 12.362 200,612 Winona.

142 121 6,931

70,000 Grand Island 72 97 1,484 26,000 Belmont Abbey. 20

4
146

644 Grand Raids 149 159 12,934 71,850 Ukrainian Grk.

132 7,640 293,050 Great Falls

77 146 1.697 39,772 Pit (Grk. Rite). 139 183 13,135 260,627 Green Bay 337 242 24,925 170,750 V-A of Alaska

49

12,650 Harrisburg: 152 105 12,238 97,677 V-A Hawai. Isl. 72 105

7,123 120.000 Hartford,

726 309 44,012 633,124 Helena.

106 101 3,960 45,151 Totals.. 35,839 19,121 2,017,094 22,293,101 Indianapolis. 426 203 21.274 173,463 Kansas City 219 11? 8,950 77,935

1940.

33,912 18,733 2,108,892 21 403,136 La Crosse. 281 226 15,526 139.797 1931

27.864 18,223 2,283,084 20,215,098 Lafayette 158 162 11,006 247.970 1921

21,643 16,5801,771,418 17,885,646 Includes pupils in high schools. All of the data in the tables, including population, are for the archdioceses and dioceses named.

The first 19 dioceses in the above list are arch- priests. There are 201 seminaries with 17,507 studioceses. There are Cardinals in Philadelphia and dents;, 143 colleges for men and 682 academies for Boston.

girls; '1,442 high-schools, with 493,754 pupils. There Archbishops, including the cardinals, number 20;

are 7,660 parishes with schools; 304 orphan asylums

with 31,827 inmate orphans; 181 homes for the bishops, 122; secular clergy, 23,409; religious clergy, aged; 709 hospitals. 12,430. of the Churches 13,224 have resident Converts in the last year numbered 76,705.

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World's Sunday School Membership

Source: World's Sunday School Association, N. Y. City
Grand Sun. Officers
Total Grand Sun. Officers

Total
Divisions Sch'ls Teach's Pupils Members Divisions Sch'ls Teach's Pupils Members
Africa 31,197 81,522 1,587,989 1,669,511 Gd. Totals:
Asia

34,353 107,611 1.778,908 1,886,519 1936... 369,510 3,145,895 34,139,624 37,285,519 Australia.. 12,833 91,013 884.972 975,985 1932. 361.145 3,301.784 33.245.045 36,546,829 Europe 105,915 794,427 8,636,809 9,431,236 1928.. 320.620 3.323.030 33,751,623 37,074,662 Latin Am.

1924. 347,001 3,520.192 29,157,419 32,677,611 C. Am....

1913 310,057 2,669,630 27.345,407 30,015, 037 Mexico. 1,222 3,479 78,662 82,141 1907. 255,544 2,419,444 22,618,392 25,037,836 S. Am... 5,512 21,956 287,558 309,514 W.Ind.,etc 3,067 19,150 277,680 296.830 N. Amer... 175,411 2,026,737 20,607,046 22,633,783

Headquarters of Religious Denominations

Source: World Almanac Questionnaire

Adventists, Seventh-day-General Conference, Disciples of Christ, International Convention

President, J. L. McElhany; Secretary, E. D. Dr. H. B. McCormick, Lakewood Christian Dick; Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.

Church, Lakewood, Ohio; General Secretary, American Evangelical Lutheran, Norwegian Synod

Graham Frank, Central Christian Church, Dalof--President, Rev. H. Ingebritson, Lake Mills, las, Texas. (Residence address, 4711 Gaston AveIowa; Secretary. Rev. Geo. O. IIllegard, 323 nue, Dallas, Texas.) Affiliating Organizations: Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass.

The United Christian Missionary Society, Missions American Lutheran Church-57 E. Main

St..

Building. Indianapolis, Ind. Pension Fund, P. O. Columbus, Ohio; President, Dr. Em. Poppen,

Box 1635, Indianapolis, Ind. Board of Church 57 E. Main St., Columbus, Ohio; Secretary, Prof.

Extension, Missions Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind.; E. J. Braulick, 814 Third Ave., N.W., Waverly,

Board of Higher Education, Exec. Sec., Harlie Towa,

L. Smith, Missions Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. : American Lutheran Conference-President, Dr.

Association for the Promotion of Christian Unity. E. E. Ryden, 2310 12th St., Moline, ill.; Secre

Central Christian Church, Anderson, Ind. Natary, Rev. Lawrence M. Stavig, 1304 st. Olaf

tional Association of Secretaries, 306 Insurance Ave., Northfield, Minn.

Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. National Benevolent Apostolic Episcopal-9148 193d St., Hollis, L. I.,

Association, 1602 Landreth Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. N. Y. Bishop, Rt. Rev. Arthur W. Brooks;

German Evangelistic Society. Recording Secre

tary, Vicar Gen. Very Rev. Charles W. Keller, Arch

Dean E. Walker, Butler University, presbyter; Chancellor, Very Rev. Harold F. Jar

Indianapolis, Ind.; Christian Foundation, Secrevis, Archpresbyter; Secretary, William J. Har

tary, F. D. Kershner, 908 Majestic Bldg., Indianriott; Rector of the St. John's Society, Rt. Rev.

apolis, Ind. National City Christian Church Victor Alexander; Reader Superior and Bursar,

Corp., R. H. Miller, care National City Christian Rev. Lawrence J. Ormsby; Knight Commander of

Church, Thomas Circle, Washington, D. C. the Order of St. James the Apostle, William J.

Evangelical Church, General Conference of the Harriott; Superior of the Order of Deaconesses,

President, Board of Bishops, Bishop J. S. Stamm, Sister Adele M. Ormsby.

Evangelical Press Bldg., 3rd & Reily St., HarrisAssociate Presbyterian Church of North America,

burg, Pa. Secretary, Bishop G. E. Epp, 104 So. Synod of Washington, Iowa. Moderator, Rev.

Ellsworth St., Naperville, Ill. A. M. Malcolm, Albia,' Iowa; Clerk, Rev. 'R. K. Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (EielAtchison, D.D.Rimersburg, Pa.

sen's Synod)--President, Rev. Geo. Bredeson, Baptist Convention, U. S. A., Inc., National Taylor, Wis., Vice President, Rev. J. O. Blaness,

President, Rev. L. K. Williams, 3115 S. Park- South Haven, Minn,; Secretary, Rev. J. H. way, Chicago, Ill. Secretary, Rev. J. M. Nabrit, Stensether, 3032 17th Ave., South Minneapolis, D.D., American Baptist Theological Seminary,

Minn. White's Creek Pike, Nashville, Tenn.

Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference of Baptist Convention, Northern-President, Rev. North America-President, Prof. L. Fuerbringer,

William A. Elliott, D.D., Ottawa, Kan.; Corre- D.D., 801 DeMun Ave., St. Louis, Mo.; Secretary, sponding Secretary, Rev. J. C. Hazen, 152 Madi- Prof. George V. Schick, Ph.D., 801 DeMun Ave., son Ave., N. Y. City: Recording Secretary, Rev. St. Louis, Mo. Evangelical Lutheran AugusClarence M. Gallup, 152 Madison Ave., New York, tana Synod in North America--President, Dr. N. Y.; Treasurer, Harold J. Manson, 177 Mon- P. O. Bersell, 415 Harvard St., S. E., Minneapolis, tague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. New York City offices, Minn. Secretary, Dr. N. J. W. Nelson, Balaton, 152 Madison Ave.

Minn. Baptist, Seventh Day. General Conference of - Evangelical and Reformed Church, The, General

President, Harley D. Bond, Salem College, Salem, Synod of - President. Rev. L. W. Goebel, D.D.. W. Va.; Corresponding Secretary. Courtland V. LL.D., 77 W. Washington St., Chicago, Ill. SecDavis, 510 Watchung Ave., Plainfield, N, J.

retary, Rev. William E. Lampe, Ph.D., LL.D.. Baptist Convention, Southern President, Dr. W. 1505 Race St., Philadelphia, Pa. Treasurer, F.

W. Hamilton, Baptist Bible Institute, New Or- A. Keck, Evangelical Synod Bldg., 1720 Chouleans, La Secretary, Dr. Hight C. Moore, 161 teau Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Board Centers: Schaft Eighth Ave. No., Nashville, Tenn,

Building. 1505 Race St., Phaledlphia, Pa.; EvanBaptists, Free, General Conference of-(United gelical Synod Bldg., 1720 Chouteau Ave., St. with the Northern Baptist Convention.)

Louis, Mo. Christian, General Convention of Christian Church Evangelical Synod of North America--(All eccle---Now united with the Congregational Churches:

siastical functions now taken care of by the see Congregational Christian Churches.

Evangelical and Reformed Church.) Christian Reformed-Stated Clerk of Synod, Rev. Friends' General Conference of the Religious So

Henry Beets, 737 Madison Ave., S. E., Grand ciety of Friends-Chairman, Arthur C. Jackson, Rapids, Mich.

317 North Chester Rd., Swarthmore, Pa.; SecreChurch of Christ, Scientist-Christian Science

tary, J. Barnard Walton, 1515 Cherry St., Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Philadelphia, Pa. Scientist, in Boston, President, John Randall Friends, The Religious Society of, of Philadelphia Dunn; Clerk, Ezra W. Palmer; Adiministrative and Vicinity--Secretary, Edward W. Evans, 304 Board, The Christian Science Board of Direc- Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.

tors. Address, 107 Falmouth St., Boston, Mass. Friends, Society of. Five Years' Meeting-SecChurches of God in North America (General Elder- retary, Executive Committee, Walter C. Wood

ship), Harrisburg, Pa. General Representative, ward, 101 So. 8th St., Richmond, Ind. Friends' Rev. c. H. Lefever, 508 E. Main St., Roaring General Conference, Secretary, J. Barnard WalSpring, Pa., President, Rev. H. C. Gonso, West- ton, 1515 Cherry St., Philadelphia, Pa. American minster, Md.; Clerk, Rev. Elza Beery, 4119 Friends Service Committee (a cooperative comBellevue Road, Toledo, Ohio,

mittee of all Friends in America), Secretary, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Clarence E. Pickett, 20 So. 12th St., Philadelphia, (Mormon), Salt Lake, Utah. President, Heber

Pa. J. Grant. Counsellors, J. Reuben Clark, Jr. and

Hebrew Congregations, Union of American David O. McKay. President of the Quorum of

Merchants Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio; President, the Twelve Apostles, Rudger Clawson. Presid- Robert P. Goldman; Secretary, Rabbi George ing Bishop of the Church, Le Grande Richards, Zepin.

Secretary to the President, Joseph Anderson. Holy Orthodox Church in America-Primate, Most Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Rev. George Winslow Plummer; President of

Reorganized President, Frederick M. Smith, the Council of Bishops, Rt. Rev. Henry V A Secretary, O. W. Newton, Independence, Mo.

Parsell; Secretary of the Metropolitan Synod

(Incorporated in 1936), Congregational Christian Churches of the U, S.

Rev. Leslie Gordon of A., General Council of ---287 Fourth Ave., N. Y.

Schaumann, See House, 321 W. 101st St., N, Y.

City
City. Hon. William E. Sweet: Minister, Rev.
Douglas Horton; Associate Secretary, Rev. Fred-

Jewish Congregations of America, Union of Orthoerick L. Fagley, 287 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City. dox. Rm. 1408, 305 Broadway, N. Y. City. The Board or home Missions of the Congrega- Nat'l Press., William Weiss; Exec. Dir. Leo S. tional Christian Churches. 287 Fourth Ave., NY

Hilsenrad City, 14 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.; 19 So. La Lutheran Church in America, United 39 East 35th Salle St., Chicago, Ill.; The American Board of St., N. Y. City. President. Rev. F. H. Knubel: Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 14 Beacon Treasurer, E. Clarence Miller; Secretary, Rev. St, Boston, Mass.; the Missions Council, 287 W. H Greever. Fourth Ave., N. Y. City; Mid-West Regional Lutheran Free Church--President, Dr. T. 0. Office, 19 So. La Salle St., Chicago, Ill.

Burntvedt, Augsburg Seminary, Minneapolis,

Minn. Secretary. Rev. Olaf Rogne, Augsburg Christian Education, Social Relations, Finance, Seminary, Minneapolis, Minn.

Promotion, are located with the National Council. Lutheran Synod of New York, United -39 E.

Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of 35th St., N. Y. City. President, Rev. Samuel the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United Trexler, D.D.: Treasurer, Henry Beisler; Secre

States of America (1821), 281 Fourth Ave., tary, Rev. Paul C. White, Ph.D.

N. Y, City. President, The Right Rev. Henry 8t. Lutheran World Convention-Executive Commit

George Tucker, D.D.; Secretary, the Rev. Frank

lin J. Clark, D.D., tee. American Members: 1st Vice Pres., Rev. Dr. F. H. Knubel: Ass't Treas., Rev. Dr. Ralph Rabbinical Assembly of America, 3080 Broadway, H, Long, 39 E. 35th St., N. Y. City: Rev. Dr. L. N. Y. City. President, Rabbi Leon S. Lang, W. Boe, Northfield, Minn.; Rev. Dr. A. R, Philadelphia, Pa.; Vice-President, Dr. Louis M. Wentz, Gettysburg, Pa.

Levitsky, Newark, N. J.; Treasurer, Rabbi Harry Methodist, The Council of Bishops: President,

E. Schwartz, Hempstead, N. Y.; Corr. Bec., Rabbi Bishop A. Frank Smith, Houston, Tex.; Vice

Maxwell M Farber, Philadelphia, Pa., RecordPresident, Bishop Ernest G. Richardson, Phila- ing Secretary, Rabbi Lewis B. Grossman. delphia, Pa.; Secretary, Bishop G. Bromley Ox- Rabbis, Central Conference of America--President, nan, 581 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. The Rabbi Emil W. Leipziger, 7624 St. Charles Ave., Executive Committee: Bishops A. Frank Smith, New Orleans, La.; Vice-President, Rabbi James Ernest G. Richardson, G. Bromley Oxnam, Wi- G. Heller, Wise Center, Reading Rd. & No. liam W. Peele, Adna W. Leonard. Secretary, Crescent, "Cincinnati, Ohio; Treasurer, Rabbi The General Conference, Rev. Lud H. Estes, 1120 Harry S. Margolis, Holly and Avon Sts., St. Faxon Ave., Memphis, Tenn.

Paul, Minn. Rec. Sec'y, Rabbi Isaac E. MarcuMethodist Episcopal, African-Senior Bishop,

son, 204 Buford Pl., Macon, Ga.; Corr. Sec'y Joseph S. Flipper, 488 Houston St., N. E. Atlanta,

Rabbi Sidney L. Regner, Perkiomen Ave. and Ga. Secretary Bishops' Council, Bishop John A.

13th St., Reading, Pa. Gregg, 1150 Washington Blvd., Kansas City, Rabbis of United States and Canada, Union of Kansas.

Orthodox-Broadway Central Hotel, 673 BroadMethodist Episcopal, African Zion--Bishop, G. C.

way, N. Y. City. Presidium: Rabbi I. Rosenberg, Clement, 1633 Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky.

El. Silver, B. L. Leventhal; Executive Director,

Rabbi L. Seltzer. Moravian, Northern Province-President, Rev. S. H. Gapp, 69 W. Church St., Bethlehem, Pa.; Reformed Church in America, General Synod of Vice-President (Eastern), Rev. F. P. Stocker,

-N. Y. City offices, 156 Fifth Avenue, where M.A., Bethlehem: (Western), Rev. Carl Mueller,

all Boards meet. President, Rev. Simon Blocker, Watertown, Wis. Secretary, The Rev. C. D.

D.D., Holland, Mich.; Stated Clerk, Rev. John Kreider, Nazareth. Pa.

A. Ingham, 156 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. Moravian, Southern Province-President. The Rt. Reformed Episcopal, General Council of the

Rev. J. Kenneth Pfohl, 459 So. Church St., Presiding Bishop, Frank V. D. Cloak, D.D., 43 Winston-Salem, No. Car.; Vice-President, The So. 43d št., Philadelphia, Pa.; Secretary, Bishop Rev. Howard E. Rondthaler, Winston-Salem, Howard D. Higgins, D.D., 317 E. 50th St., N. Y, No. Car.

City,
National Lutheran Council-President, Dr. E. B. Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America,

Burgess, 73 Haldane St., Crafton, Pa.; Executive Synod of the Moderator, Rev. Jas. S. Martin,
Director, Dr. Ralph A. Long, 39 E, 35th St., N. Y. D.D., Beaver Falls, Pa.; Stated Clerk, James s
City: Secretary, Dr. Peter Peterson, 411 Dickens Tibby, 209 Ninth St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ave., Chicago, Ill.

Reformed Presbyterian, General Synod of the Nazarene, Church of the General Church Secre- Associate-Moderator, Rev. C. B. Betts, D.D.,

tary, Rev. C. Warren Jones, D.D., 2923 Troost Atoka, Tenn.; Principal Clerk, Rev. C. B. Wil. Ave., Kansas City, Mo.

liams, D.D., Due West, So. Car. New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian or New Church), Salvation Army, The-General George L. CarGeneral Convention of the--President, Rev. F. penter. National Secretary, Edward J. Parker,

National Headquarters, 120-130 W. 14th St. Sidney Mayer, 3812 Barrington Rd., Baltimore,

N. Y. City, Territorial Commissioners and Md.; Recording Secretary, B. A. Whittemore. 134 Bowdoin St., Boston, Mass.; Treasurer, Al

Headquarters--Eastern, Alexander M. Damon, bert P. Carter, 511 Barristers Hail, Boston, Mass. 120 W. 14th St., N. Y. City: Western, (Lt. Com

missioner) Donald McMillan, 115 Valencia st., Old Catholic Church in America-Presiding Bishop.

San Francisco, Calif.; Central, Ernest 1. PugArchbishop Wuliam Henry Francis, D.D., Wood

mire, 719 No. State St., Chicago, IN.; Southern, stock, N. Y.; Secretary. The Most Rev. Bishop

(Lt. Commissioner) Wm. O. Arnold, 54 Ellis St. Joseph Zielonko, D.D., 48 Charles St., South

Atlanta, G&.
River, N. J.
Orthodox Patriarchal Synod,

Synagogue Council of America, 1181 Broadway,
American-Arch-

West, N. Y. City: President, Rabbi Edward L. bishop-Administrator, The Most Rev. Ignatius

Israel; Secretary, Benjamin Koenigsberg. StaW. A. Nicholas; Chancellor, The Very Rev. H.

tistical Bureau-Director, Dr. H. S. Linfield, as Boris Platov; Vicar-General, The Very Rev. D.

above. Heliopoulos, 455 Tenth Ave., N. Y. City.

Synagogue of America, United, 3080 Broadway, Afro-American Convocation Administrator, The

N. Y. City. President, Louis J. Moss, 32 Court Rt. Rev. Mgsr. H. F. Wilkie, 189 Lenox Ave.,

St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Corr. Sec'y, Chas. I. HoffN. Y. City. Coordinator, The Rev. A. W. Lock.

man, 624 High St., Newark, N. J. Presbyterian Church in the U. S.-Moderator,

Unitarian-American Unitarian Association, 25 Rev. Chas. E. Diehl, D.D., LL.D., Southwestern,

Beacon St., Boston, Mass. President, Rev. PredMemphis, Tenn.; Stated Clerk and Treasurer,

erick May Eliot; Executive Vice-President, Rev. Rev. E. C. Scott, D.D., 1341 Liberty Bank Bldg.,

Everett Moore Baker; Treasurer, Percy W. Dallas, Texas.

Gardner; Secretary, Rev. Palirey Perkins. Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A.-Stated

United Brethren in Christ, Church of the HeadClerk, Rev. William Barrow Pugh, D.D., Na

quarters, 1430 U. B. Building., Dayton, Ohio. tional Headquarters, Witherspoon Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. The Christian Education and

There are five active Bishops: A. R. Clippinger,

Dayton, Ohio; G. D. Batdorf, Harrisburg, Pa., Pension Boards are at Witherspoon Bldg., Phila

Ira D. Warner, Pomona, Calli.; V. 0. Weidler, delphia, Pa.; National and Foreign Missions

Kansas City, Mo.; Fred L. Dennis, Indianapolis, Boards at 156 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City.

Ind.; Chairman, A. R. Clippinger. Executive Presbyterian Church, Cumberland - Moderator,

Secretary, D. T. Gregory. Rev. L. L. Thomas, McKenzie, Tenn.; Stated

Universalist-President, Hon. Louis Annin Ames, Clerk, General Traveling Secretary and Trea

85 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. General Superintensurer, Rev. D. W. Fooks, 117 8th Ave., So. Nashville, Tenn. President, Board Trustees of

dent, Rev. Robert Cummins, S.T.D., 16 Beacon General Assembly, W. F. Chestnut, Bowling

St., Boston, Mass. Secretary, Dr. John M.

Ratcliff, 16 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Green, Ky.

Volunteers of Presbyterian, United--Moderator, Rev. R. L. Lan

America - Commander-in-Chief, ning. D.D., LL.D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Principal Mrs. Ballington Booth; National Treasurer, Col. Clerk, Rev. 0. H. Milligan, D.D., LL.D., 805 Alexander c. Wright; National Secretary, Col. Taylor Ave., Avalon, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Charles Brandon Booth. Headquarters, 34 West Protestant, Episcopal, National Council of 281

28th St., N. Y. City. Fourth Ave., N. Y. City. President, The Right Wesleyan Methodist Connection (or Church) of Rev. Henry St. George Tucker, D.D. Secretary, America-President. I. F. McLeister; Secretary. the Rev. Franklin J. Clark, D.D. The Depart- E. D. Carpenter, 330 E. Onondago St., Syracuse, ments of Domestic Missions, Foreign Missions, N. Y.

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