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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 Pontiff of the Supreme Pontiff, 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, 1929, and Secretary of State, February 7, 1930: elected Pope as successor of Pius XI, March 2, 1939; crowned March 12, 1939.

The Pontiff is, in orders, a Bishop. His ecclesiastical title is: His Holiness, the Pope; Bishop of Rome and Vicar of Jesus Christ: Successor of St.

Name

Cardinal-BishopsGennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte..

Tommaso Plo Boggiani..
Enrico Gasparri....

Francesco Marchetti-Selvag-
giani..

Carlo Salotti..
Enrico Sibilla.

Cardinal-PriestsWilliam O'Connell.. Alessio Ascalesi. Adolph Bertram.

Michael Faulhaber.

Dennis J. Dougherty.

Francisco Vidal v Barraquer
Giovanni B. Nasalli-Rocca..
Alessandro Verde..

Joseph Ernest Van Roey
Auguste Hlond.

Pedro Segura v Saenz.
Justinian Sered!.
Ildefonso Schuster.

Emanuele Goncalves Cerejeira
Luigi Lavitrano.
Joseph MacRory.

Raffaele Cario Rossi.

Achilles Lienart.

Pietro Fumasoni-Biondi.

Federico Tedeschini.

The College of Cardinals, when complete, is made up of 70 members, of whom 6 are CardinalBishops, 50 are Cardinal-Priests, and 14 are Cardinal-Deacons. The College is the Senate of the Roman Church. The Cardinals advise the Pope and elect his successor. The Cardinal-Bishops take their titles from the Suburban Sees of Rome. NaYear of tionality Birth

Office or Dignity

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Archbishop of Munich and Frelsing.
Archbishop of Philadelphia.

Archbishop of Tarragona.

Year of
Creat.

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Maurillo Fossati.

Archbishop of Turin.

Italian.

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Rodrigo Villenueve.

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Ella della Costa..

Archbishop of Florence.

Italian..

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Theodore Innitzer.

Archbishop of Vienna.

Austrian.

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Ignatius Gabriel Tappouni.

Patriarch of Antioch

Syrian..

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Francesco Marmaggi.

Prefect of the Congregation of the Council

Italian.

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Luigi Maglione..

Secretary of State of His Holiness

Italian.

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Carlo Cremonesi.

Italian.

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Henry Baudrillart

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Emanuel Celestine Suhard.

Archbishop of Paris

French.

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Giacomo Luig! Copello

Archbishop of Buenos Aires.

Argentinian 1880

1935

Pietro Boetto.

Archbishop of Genoa

Italian.

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Eugenio Tisserant.

Secretary of the S. Oriental Congregation;]
President of the Biblical Commission.

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Adeodato G. Piazza.

Patriarch of Venice.....

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Ermenegildo Pellegrinetti.

Italian.

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Arthur Hinsley.

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1865

Giuseppe Pizzardo..

Prefect of the S. Congregation of Seminaries
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Pierre Gerlier....

Archbishop of Lyons.

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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 simplified 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.

Date Cons.

Name of Pope

Name of Pope

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Anti-Popes

Chronological List of Popes

Source: Annuario Pontificio

The Pope's spiritual titles are: Vicar of Christ. Successor of St. Peter, Bishop of Rome, Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Roman Province, Primate of Italy, Patriarch of the West, Supreme Pontiff of the Universal Church.

are inserted in boldface. (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 Avignon are marked with (A.) c. = circa (about). The Pope's temporal title now is: Sovereign of the State of Vatican City. Formerly it was, Date Cons.

Name of Pope

984 Joannes XIV.
985 Joannes XV.
996 Gregorius V.
997 Joannes XVI.
999 Sylvester II.
1003 Joannes XVII.
1003 Joannes XVIII.
1009 Sergius IV.

Date

Cons. Name of Pope

1352 Innocentius

(A.)

VI.

1362 Urbanus V. (A.) 1370 Gregorius XI. (A.) 1378 Urbanus V1.

1378 Clement VII.(A.) 1389 Bonifacius IX.

Date
Cons.

1394

672

Deusdedit II.

676 Donus I.

1012 Benedictus VIII.
1024 Joannes XIX.

Benedictus XIII. (A.)

1404 Innocentius VII.

678 St. Agatho

682 St. Leo II.

684 St. Benedictus II

1044
1046

1033 Benedictus IX.
Gregorius VI.

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Clement II.

1410

Joauner XXII.

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1048 Damasus II.

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193 St. Victor I 203 St. Zephyrinus 221 St. Calixtus I. 227 St. Urbanus I. 233 St. Pontianus 238 St. Anterus

686 Conon

1049 St. Leo IX.

1424 Clement VIII.

687 St. Sergius I.

1055

Victor II.

1431 Eugenius IV.

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1057 Stephanus X.

1440

Felix V.

705

Joannes VII.

1058

Benedictus X.

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Nicolaus II.

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708

Constantinus I.

1061

Honorius II.

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239 St. Fabianus

715 St. Gregorius II.

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1464 Paulus II.

253 St. Cornelius

731 St. Gregorius III.

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1471

Sixtus IV.

255 St. Lucius I.

741 St. Zacharius

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257 St. Stephanus I.

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1087

Victor III.

1492

260 St. Sixtus II.

752 St. Stephanus III.

1088

Urbanus II.

1503 Plus III.

757 St. Paulus I.

768

771

261 St. Dionysius

272 St. Felix 1.

275 St. Eutychianus
283 St. Calus

296 St. Marcellinus
304 St. Marcellus I.
309 St. Euseblus
311 St. Melchiades
314 St. Sylvester I.

795 St. Leo III.

816 St. Stephanus V.
817 St. Paschalls I.
824 Eugenius II.

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Stephanus IV.
Hadrianus I.

1118 Gelasius II.

1522

1523

Alexander VI

1503 Julius IL

1513 Leo X.

Hadrianus VI. Clement VII. 1534 Paulus III. 1550 Julius III.

Marcellus II.

1555 Paulus IV.

Pius IV

827

Valentinus

1130 Innocentius II.
1130 Anacletus II.
1138 Victor IV.

1555

827

337 St. Marcus

844

Gregorius IV.
Sergius II.

1143

Celestinus II.

1559

1144

Lucius II.

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341 St. Julius I.

847 St. Leo IV.

1145

352 St. Liberius

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363 St. Felix II.

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367 St. Damasus

366 Ursinus

867 Hadrianus II.
872 Joannes VIII.

384 St. Siricius

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399 St. Anastasius 1.

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402 St. Innocentius I.

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417 St. Zosimus

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418 St. Bonifacius I.

896

Bonifacius VI.

1187

Gregorius VIII.
Clement III.

530

532

423 St. Celestinus I.
432 St. Sixtus III.
440 St. Leo I.
St. Illarus

461

468 St. Simplicius
483 St. Felix III.
492 St. Gelasius I.

496 St. Anastasius II
498 St. Symmachus
514 St. Hormisdas
523 St. Joannes 1.
526 St. Felix IV.
Bonifaclus II.
Joannes II.

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896 Stephanus VII.

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Eugenius III.
Anastasius IV.
Hadrianus IV.
1159 Alexander III.
1159 Victor V.
1164 Paschalis III.
1181 Lucius III.
1185 Urbanus 11.

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897 Romanus

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1655 Alexander VII.

898

898

Theodorus II.
Joannes IX.

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900 Benedictus IV.
903 Leo V.

1241 Celestinus IV.

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1243 Innocentius IV,

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1254 Alexander IV.

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Peace on Earth-to Whom?

The Vulgate edition of the New Testament, published by the English College at Rheims in 1582 gives the 14th verse of the 2nd chapter of the Gospel of St. Luke as follows:

"Gloria in excelsis Deo et in terra pax hominibus bonae voluntatis," which has been translated by: "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men of good will."

The Protestant, or King James, version divides the words into two phrases to read "Peace on

Earth, Good Will to Men," thus, it is contended
some scholars, interpreting into them a
by
double benediction of peace and good will, one
without dependence on the other.

Other scholars translate the Greek original of the Latin Vulgate to mean: "Peace, good pleasure among men," or "peace among the men of his good pleasure," or agam "the peace which comes of God's good pleasure is among men."

The Old Testament Latin Vulgate was first published by the English College at Douay in 1609.

1285

1288

1294

1294

Bonifacius VIII.

1303

1305

Benedictus XI.
Clement V.

Gregorius X.
Innocentius V.
Hadrianus V.

Honorius IV.
Nicolaus IV.

St. Celestinus V.

Clement XI.

Innocentius XIII.

1724 Benedictus XIII.
1730 Clement XII,
1740 Benedictus XIV,
1758 Clement XIII.
1769 Clement XIV.
1775 Pius VI.
1800 Pius VII.

1823 Leo XII.
1829 Plus VIII.
1831

Gregorius XVI.
1846 Plus IX.
1878 Leo XIII.

1903 Pius X.

1700

1721

Nicholas V.

1914

Benedictus XV.

1922

Pius XI.

1342 Clement VI. (A.)

1939

Pius XII.

Roman Catholic Statistics for the United States
Source: Official Catholic Directory, copyrighted 1941 by P. J. Kenedy & Sons

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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
Divisions Sch'ls Teach's Pupils Members Divisions Sch'ls

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Total Teach's Pupils Members

369,510 3,145,895 34,139,624 37,285,519 361,145 3,301,784 33,245,045 36,546,829 320.620 3.323,030 33,751,623 37,074,662 347,001 3,520,192 29,157,419 32,677,611 310.057 2,669,630,27,345,407 30,015,037 255,544 2,419,444 22,618,392 25,037,836

Headquarters of Religious Denominations

Source: World Almanac Questionnaire

Adventists. Seventh-day-General Conference,
President, J. L. McElhany; Secretary, E. D.
Dick; Takoma Park, Washington, D. C.
American Evangelical Lutheran, Norwegian Synod
of-President, Rev. H. Ingebritson, Lake Mills,
Iowa; Secretary, Rev. Geo. O. Lillegard, 323
Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass.

American Lutheran Church-57 E. Main St.,
Columbus, Ohio; President, Dr. Em. Poppen,
57 E. Main St., Columbus, Ohio; Secretary, Prof.
E. J. Braulick, 814 Third Ave., N.W., Waverly,
Iowa.
American

Lutheran Conference-President, Dr.
E. E. Ryden, 2310 12th St., Moline, Ill.; Secre-
tary, Rev. Lawrence M. Stavig, 1304 St. Olaf
Ave., Northfield, Minn.
Apostolic Episcopal-9148 193d St., Hollis, L. I..
N. Y. Bishop, Rt. Rev. Arthur W. Brooks;
Vicar Gen. Very Rev. Charles W. Keller, Arch-
presbyter; Chancellor, Very Rev. Harold F. Jar-
vis, Archpresbyter; Secretary, William J. Har-
riott; Rector of the St. John's Society, Rt. Rev.
Victor Alexander; Reader Superior and Bursar,
Rev. Lawrence J. Ormsby; Knight Commander of

the Order of St. James the Apostle, William J.
Harriott; Superior of the Order of Deaconesses,
Sister Adele M. Ormsby.

Associate Presbyterian Church of North America,
Synod of Washington, Iowa. Moderator, Rev.
A. M. Malcolm, Albia, Iowa; Clerk, Rev. R. K.
Atchison, D.D., Rimersburg, Pa.

Baptist Convention, U. S. A., Inc., National
President, Rev. L. K. Williams, 3115 S. Park-
way, Chicago, Ill. Secretary, Rev. J. M. Nabrit,
D.D., American Baptist Theological Seminary,
White's Creek Pike, Nashville, Tenn.
Baptist Convention, Northern-President,

Rev.

William A. Elliott, D.D., Ottawa, Kan.; Corre-
sponding Secretary, Rev. J. C. Hazen, 152 Madi-
son Ave., N. Y. City; Recording Secretary, Rev.
Clarence M. Gallup, 152 Madison Ave., New York,
N. Y.; Treasurer, Harold J. Manson, 177 Mon-
tague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. New York City offices,
152 Madison Ave.

Baptist, Seventh Day, General Conference of-
President, Harley D. Bond, Salem College, Salem,
W. Va.; Corresponding Secretary, Courtland V
Davis, 510 Watchung Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
Baptist Convention, Southern-President, Dr. W.
W. Hamilton, Baptist Bible Institute, New Or-
leans, La. Secretary, Dr. Hight C. Moore, 161
Eighth Ave. No., Nashville, Tenn.
Baptists, Free, General Conference of-(United
with the Northern Baptist Convention.)
Christian, General Convention of Christian Church
-Now united with the Congregational Churches;
see Congregational Christian Churches.
Christian Reformed-Stated Clerk of Synod, Rev.
Henry Beets, 737 Madison Ave., S. E., Grand
Rapids, Mich.

Church of Christ, Scientist-Christian Science
Mother Church. The First Church of Christ,
Scientist, in Boston, President, John Randall
Dunn; Clerk. Ezra W. Palmer; Adiministrative
Board, The Christian Science Board of Direc-
tors. Address. 107 Falmouth St., Boston, Mass.
Churches of God in North America (General Elder-
ship), Harrisburg, Pa. General Representative,
Rev. C. H. Lefever, 508 E. Main St., Roaring
Spring, Pa.; President, Rev. H. C. Gonso, West-
minster, Md.; Clerk, Rev. Elza Beery, 4119
Bellevue Road, Toledo, Ohio.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
(Mormon), Salt Lake, Utah. President, Heber
J. Grant. Counsellors, J. Reuben Clark, Jr. and
David O. McKay. President of the Quorum of
Presid-
the Twelve Apostles, Rudger Clawson.
ing Bishop of the Church, Le Grande Richards.
Secretary to the President, Joseph Anderson.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
Reorganized President, Frederick M. Smith,
Secretary, O. W. Newton, Independence, Mo.
Congregational Christian Churches of the U. S.
of A., General Council of-287 Fourth Ave., N. Y.
City. Hon. William E. Sweet; Minister, Rev.
Douglas Horton; Associate Secretary, Rev. Fred-
erick L. Fagley, 287 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City.
The Board of home Missions of the Congrega-
tional Christian Churches, 287 Fourth Ave., N. Y.
City, 14 Beacon St. Boston, Mass.; 19 So. La
Salle St.. Chicago, Ill.; The American Board of
Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 14 Beacon
St., Boston, Mass.; the Missions Council, 287
Fourth Ave., N. Y. City; Mid-West Regional
Office, 19 So. La Salle St., Chicago, Ill.

Disciples of Christ, International Convention-
Dr. H. B. McCormick, Lakewood Christian
Church, Lakewood, Ohio; General Secretary,
Graham Frank, Central Christian Church, Dal-
las, Texas. (Residence address, 4711 Gaston Ave-
nue, Dallas, Texas.) Affiliating Organizations:
The United Christian Missionary Society, Missions
Building. Indianapolis, Ind. Pension Fund, P. O.
Box 1635, Indianapolis, Ind. Board of Church
Extension, Missions Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind.;
Board of Higher Education, Exec. Sec., Harlie
L. Smith, Missions Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind.;
Association for the Promotion of Christian Unity.
Central Christian Church, Anderson, Ind. Na-
tional Association of Secretaries, 306 Insurance
Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. National Benevolent
Association, 1602 Landreth Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
German Evangelistic Society, Recording Secre-
tary, Dean E. Walker, Butler University,
Indianapolis, Ind.; Christian Foundation, Secre-
tary, F. D. Kershner, 908 Majestic Bldg., Indian-
apolis, Ind. National City Christian Church
Corp., R. H. Miller, care National City Christian
Evangelical Church, General Conference of the
Church, Thomas Circle, Washington, D. C.
President, Board of Bishops, Bishop J. S. Stamm,
Evangelical Press Bldg., 3rd & Reily St., Harris-
burg, Pa. Secretary, Bishop G. E. Epp. 104 So.
Ellsworth St., Naperville, Ill.

Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (Eiel-
sen's Synod)-President, Rev. Geo. Bredeson,
Taylor, Wis.; Vice President, Rev. J. O. Blaness,
South Haven, Minn.; Secretary, Rev. J. H.
Stensether, 3032 17th Ave., South Minneapolis,
Minn.

of

Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference
North America-President, Prof. L. Fuerbringer,
D.D., 801 DeMun Ave., St. Louis, Mo.; Secretary,
Prof. George V. Schick, Ph.D., 801 DeMun Ave..
St. Louis, Mo. Evangelical Lutheran Augus-
tana Synod in North America-President, Dr.
P. O. Bersell, 415 Harvard St., S. E., Minneapolis,
Minn. Secretary, Dr. N. J. W. Nelson, Balaton.
Minn.

Evangelical and Reformed Church, The, General
Synod of-President, Rev. L. W. Goebel, D.D..
LL.D., 77 W. Washington St., Chicago, Ill. Sec-
retary, Rev. William E. Lampe, Ph.D., LL.D.,
1505 Race St., Philadelphia, Pa. Treasurer, F.
A. Keck, Evangelical Synod Bldg., 1720 Chou-
teau Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Board Centers: Schaff
Building, 1505 Race St., Phaledlphia, Pa.; Evan-
gelical Synod Bldg., 1720 Chouteau Ave., St.
Louis, Mo.

Evangelical Synod of North America-(All eccle-
siastical functions now taken care of by the
Evangelical and Reformed Church.)
Friends' General Conference of the Religious So-
ciety of Friends-Chairman, Arthur C. Jackson,
317 North Chester Rd., Swarthmore, Pa.; Secre-
tary, J. Barnard Walton, 1515 Cherry St..
Philadelphia, Pa.

Friends, The Religious Society of, of Philadelphia
and Vicinity-Secretary, Edward W. Evans, 304
Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Friends, Society of. Five Years' Meeting--Sec-
retary, Executive Committee, Walter C. Wood-
ward, 101 So. 8th St., Richmond, Ind. Friends'
General Conference, Secretary, J. Barnard Wal-
ton, 1515 Cherry St., Philadelphia, Pa. American
Friends Service Committee (a cooperative com-
mittee of all Friends in America), Secretary,
Clarence E. Pickett, 20 So. 12th St., Philadelphia,
Pa.
Hebrew Congregations, Union of American-
Merchants Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio; President,
Robert P. Goldman; Secretary, Rabbi George
Zepin.

Holy Orthodox Church in America-Primate, Most
Rev. George Winslow Plummer; President of
the Council of Bishops, Rt. Rev. Henry V. A.
Parsell; Secretary of the Metropolitan Synod
(Incorporated in 1936), Rev. Leslie Gordon
Schaumann; See House, 321 W. 101st St., N. Y.
City.

Jewish Congregations of America, Union of Ortho-
dox. Rm. 1408, 305 Broadway, N. Y. City.
Nat'l Press., William Weiss; Exec. Dir. Leo S.
Hilsenrad.
Lutheran Church in America, United-39 East 35th
St., N. Y. City. President. Rev. F. H. Knubel;
Treasurer, E. Clarence Miller; Secretary. Rev.
W. H. Greever.
Dr.
Free Church-President,
Lutheran
T. O.
Burntvedt, Augsburg Seminary, Minneapolis,

Minn. Secretary, Rev. Olaf Rogne, Augsburg Seminary, Minneapolis, Minn.

Lutheran Synod of New York, United-39 E. 35th St., N. Y. City. President, Rev. Samuel Trexler, D.D.; Treasurer, Henry Beisler; Secretary, Rev. Paul C. White, Ph.D. Lutheran World Convention-Executive Committee. American Members: 1st Vice Pres., Rev. Dr. F. H. Knubel: Ass't Treas., Rev. Dr. Ralph H. Long, 39 E. 35th St., N. Y. City; Rev. Dr. L. W. Boe, Northfield, Minn.; Rev, Dr. A. R. Wentz, Gettysburg, Pa.

Methodist, The Council of Bishops: President, Bishop A. Frank Smith, Houston, Tex.; VicePresident, Bishop Ernest G. Richardson, Philadelphia, Pa.; Secretary, Bishop G. Bromley Oxnan, 581 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. The Executive Committee: Bishops A. Frank Smith, Ernest G. Richardson, G. Bromley Oxnam, William W. Peele, Adna W. Leonard. Secretary, The General Conference, Rev. Lud H. Estes, 1120 Faxon Ave., Memphis, Tenn.

Methodist Episcopal, African-Senior Bishop, Joseph S. Flipper, 488 Houston St., N. E. Atlanta, Ga. Secretary Bishops' Council, Bishop John A. Gregg, 1150 Washington Blvd., Kansas City, Kansas.

Methodist Episcopal, African Zion-Bishop, G. C. Clement, 1633 Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky. Moravian, Northern Province-President, Rev. S. H. Gapp, 69 W. Church St., Bethlehem, Pa.; Vice-President (Eastern), Rev. F. P. Stocker, M.A., Bethlehem; (Western), Rev. Carl Mueller, Watertown, Wis. Secretary, The Rev. C. D. Kreider, Nazareth. Pa.

Moravian, Southern Province-President, The Rt. Rev. J. Kenneth Pfohl, 459 So. Church St.. Winston-Salem, No. Car.; Vice-President, The Rev. Howard E. Rond thaler, Winston-Salem, No. Car.

National Lutheran Council-President, Dr. E. B. Burgess, 73 Haldane St., Crafton, Pa.; Executive Director, Dr. Ralph A. Long, 39 E. 35th St., N. Y. City; Secretary, Dr. Peter Peterson, 411 Dickens Ave., Chicago, Ill.

Nazarene, Church of the--General Church Secretary, Rev. C. Warren Jones, D.D., 2923 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Mo.

New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian or New Church), General Convention of the President, Rev. F. Sidney Mayer, 3812 Barrington Rd., Baltimore, Md.; Recording Secretary, B. A. Whittemore. 134 Bowdoin St., Boston, Mass.; Treasurer, Albert P. Carter, 511 Barristers Hall, Boston, Mass. Old Catholic Church in America-Presiding Bishop, Archbishop William Henry Francis, D.D., Woodstock, N. Y.; Secretary, The Most Rev. Bishop Joseph Zielonko, D.D., 48 Charles St., South River, N. J.

Orthodox Patriarchal Synod, American-Arch-
bishop-Administrator, The Most Rev. Ignatius
W. A. Nicholas; Chancellor, The Very Rev. H.
Boris Platov; Vicar-General, The Very Rev. D.
Heliopoulos, 455 Tenth Ave., N. Y. City.
Afro-American Convocation-Administrator, The
Rt. Rev. Mgsr. H. F. Wilkie, 189 Lenox Ave..
N. Y. City. Coordinator, The Rev. A. W. Lock.
Presbyterian Church in the U. S.-Moderator,
Rev. Chas. E. Diehl, D.D., LL.D., Southwestern,
Memphis, Tenn.; Stated Clerk and Treasurer,
Rev. E. C. Scott, D.D., 1341 Liberty Bank Bldg.,
Dallas, Texas.

Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A.-Stated Clerk, Rev. William Barrow Pugh, D.D., National Headquarters, Witherspoon Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. The Christian Education and Pension Boards are at Witherspoon Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.; National and Foreign Missions Boards at 156 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. Presbyterian Church, Cumberland Moderator, Rev. L. L. Thomas, McKenzie, Tenn.; Stated Clerk, General Traveling Secretary and Treasurer, Rev. D. W. Fooks, 117 8th Ave., So. Nashville, Tenn. President, Board Trustees of General Assembly, W. F. Chestnut, Bowling Green, Ky.

Presbyterian, United-Moderator, Rev. R. L. Lanning, D.D., LL.D., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Principal Clerk, Rev. O. H. Milligan, D.D., LL.D., 805 Taylor Ave., Avalon, Pittsburgh, Pa. Protestant, Episcopal, National Council of-281 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City. President, The Right Rev. Henry St. George Tucker, D.D. Secretary, the Rev. Franklin J. Clark, D.D. The Departments of Domestic Missions, Foreign Missions,

Christian Education, Social Relations, Finance, Promotion, are located with the National Council. Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America (1821), 281 Fourth Ave.. N. Y. City. President, The Right Rev. Henry St. George Tucker, D.D.; Secretary, the Rev. Franklin J. Clark, D.D.

Rabbinical Assembly of America, 3080 Broadway, N. Y. City. President, Rabbi Leon S. Lang, Philadelphia, Pa.; Vice-President, Dr. Louis M. Levitsky, Newark, N. J.; Treasurer, Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz, Hempstead, N. Y.; Corr. Sec., Rabbi Maxwell M. Farber, Philadelphia, Pa.; Recording Secretary, Rabbi Lewis B. Grossman.

Rabbis, Central Conference of America--President, Rabbi Emil W. Leipziger, 7624 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, La.; Vice-President, Rabbi James G. Heller, Wise Center, Reading Rd. & No. Crescent, Cincinnati, Ohio; Treasurer, Rabbi Harry S. Margolis, Holly and Avon Sts., St. Paul, Minn. Rec. Sec'y, Rabbi Isaac E. Marcuson, 204 Buford Pl., Macon, Ga.; Corr. Sec'y Rabbi Sidney L. Regner, Perkiomen Ave. and 13th St., Reading, Pa.

Rabbis of United States and Canada, Union of Orthodox-Broadway Central Hotel, 673 Broadway, N. Y. City. Presidium: Rabbi I. Rosenberg. El. Silver, B. L. Leventhal; Executive Director, Rabbi L. Seltzer.

Reformed Church in America, General Synod of
-N. Y. City offices. 156 Fifth Avenue, where
all Boards meet. President, Rev. Simon Blocker,
D.D., Holland, Mich.; Stated Clerk, Rev. John
A. Ingham, 156 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City.
Reformed Episcopal, General Council of the-
Presiding Bishop, Frank V. D. Cloak, D.D., 43
So. 43d St., Philadelphia, Pa.; Secretary, Bishop
Howard D. Higgins, D.D., 317 E. 50th St., N. Y.
City.

Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America,
Synod of the-Moderator, Rev. Jas. S. Martin,
D.D., Beaver Falls, Pa.; Stated Clerk, James S.
Tibby, 209 Ninth St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Reformed Presbyterian, General Synod of the
Associate-Moderator, Rev. C. B. Betts, D.D..
Atoka, Tenn.; Principal Clerk, Rev. C. B. Wil-
liams, D.D., Due West, So. Car.

Salvation Army, The-General George L. Carpenter. National Secretary, Edward J. Parker, National Headquarters, 120-130 W. 14th St., N. Y. City. Territorial Commissioners and Headquarters-Eastern, Alexander M. Damon, 120 W. 14th St., N. Y. City; Western, (Lt. Commissioner) Donald McMillan, 115 Valencia St., San Francisco, Calif.; Central, Ernest I. Pugmire, 719 No. State St., Chicago, Ill.; Southern, (Lt. Commissioner) Wm. C. Arnold, 54 Ellis St., Atlanta, Ga.

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Synagogue Council of America, 1181 Broadway, West, N. Y. City: President, Rabbi Edward L. Israel; Secretary, Benjamin Koenigsberg. tistical Bureau-Director, Dr. H. S. Linfield, as above. Synagogue of America, United, 3080 Broadway, N. Y. City. President, Louis J. Moss, 32 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Corr. Sec'y, Chas. I. Hoffman, 624 High St., Newark, N. J. Unitarian-American Unitarian

Association, 25 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. President, Rev. Frederick May Eliot; Executive Vice-President, Rev. Everett Moore Baker; Treasurer, Percy W. Gardner; Secretary, Rev. Palfrey Perkins. United Brethren in Christ, Church of the Headquarters, 1430 U. B. Building., Dayton, Ohio. There are five active Bishops: A. R. Clippinger, Dayton, Ohio; G. D. Batdorf, Harrisburg, Pa.; Ira D. Warner, Pomona, Calif.; V. O. Weidler, Kansas City, Mo.; Fred L. Dennis, Indianapolis, Ind.; Chairman, A. R. Clippinger. Executive Secretary, D. T. Gregory.

Universalist-President, Hon. Louis Annin Ames, 85 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. General Superintendent, Rev. Robert Cummins, S.T.D., 16 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Secretary, Dr. John M. Ratcliff, 16 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Volunteers of America Commander-in-Chief, Mrs. Ballington Booth; National Treasurer, Col. Alexander C. Wright; National Secretary, Col. Charles Brandon Booth. Headquarters, 34 West 28th St., N. Y. City.

Wesleyan Methodist Connection (or Church) of America-President, I. F. McLeister; Secretary, E. D. Carpenter, 330 E. Onondago St., Syracuse, N. Y.

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