church of our Master, his simple, consistent life, sum up the qualities for which we value him-patriotism, religion, character."
"Sunday morning, Jan. 16, 1910, Mrs. Charles A. Beach was in her place in church. Monday night, after a happy and busy day, she finished her earthly life. For more than thirty years Mrs. Beach has been a devoted parishioner of Christ Church . . . . to which she gave enthusiasm and constant and generous service. She lived bravely and gladly."
In 1910, Dr. Slattery accepted a call to become rector of Grace Church, New York City. Here, too, in spite of the manifold cares of a great parish, his publications from time to time kept him in the front ranks as an author.
Bishop Lawrence retired from his office as Bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts on April 30. The responsibilities of the diocese will fall automatically upon Bishop Slattery. Bishop Lawrence recently forwarded his resignation, because of advancing years, to the Presiding Bishop. He will continue his duties at the cathedral in Boston.