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Harvard Religious Union.


The Harvard Religious Union is designed to afford a means of intercourse among those men in the University who, while sincerely interested in religion, yet do not find themselves at home in the organizations associated with the Evangelical churches.

The society meets on Monday evenings for the discussion of religious topics, which are usually introduced by members; and it is occasionally addressed by outside leaders of religious thought and work.

All members of the University are cordially invited to the opening meeting to be held in Holden Chapel tonight at 7.30. Professor Francis G. Peabody and Rev. S. M. Crothers will address the meeting, and some account will be given of the past work of the Religious Union and of its plans for the coming year.

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