One of the most charming sketches we've come across. Sidney Dark writes delightfully with rare perception and restraint of...

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MACKAY OF ALL SAINTS

One of the most charming sketches we've come across. Sidney Dark writes delightfully with rare perception and restraint of Canon Mackay, for over twenty-five years vicar of All Saints, Margaret Street, London. One of the great powers in the Church of England, Canon Mackay was such a quiet person where his own abilities and accomplishments were concerned that every Episcopalian will profit from the reading of this memoir. As a preacher and author, Mackay was well known but it was probably in his work with individuals, high and low, who came to him for help that he was most truly loved, his greatest powers were exercised and his deep spiritual experience most appreciated.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937