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by Jonathan Boardman

Mission doll

IT’S BEEN only a year since she started coming to meetings of Churches Together in Rome, but Major Jane Paone of the Rome Salvation Army has revolutionised them. It’s not that there haven’t been women who have contributed greatly to this monthly gathering of English-language churches in the past, notably lay women from Methodist, Roman Catholic, and Anglican congregations. But what Major Jane has done is to supply an ingredient that, previously, was ...

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