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Many churches built in the 19th century and dedicated to the Holy Trinity are Evangelical. Why is this? Did any other new parishes of a different tradition ever use this dedication? [Answers, 21 June, 12 July]

I wish to testify to the "height" of Holy Trinity, Reading, well before 1900. My mother's family lived in ...

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