RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoCFR LRC 141
Extent57 ff.
TitleGeneral Subjects: Strasbourg Centre d'Etudes Ecumeniques
Date6 Sep 1966-21 Dec 1978
DescriptionPapers and correspondence concerning ecumenical consultations organised by the Centre d'Etudes Ecumeniques.

Includes a report by R. Jeffery and participant list for a Seminar for Ecumenical Research at the Centre for Ecumenical Research at Strasbourg, c.1966; correspondence responding to an enquiry from Dr M. Keller-Huschemenger regarding doctrine in Anglican theology and church and a request to attend some sessions at the Lambeth Conference, 9-15 Jan 1968; 'Study-Project on early tradition in the Lutheran and Anglican Church', and summarised project details by Dr Gunther Gassmann, 6 Jun 1969; letters from Rev Canon Henry Chadwick regarding a visit by Gunnar Hultgren - Archbishop of Uppsala, 18-25 Jun 1969; correspondence regarding the Centre's fifth International Ecumenical Seminar, 13-25 Sep 1971, including a request from Rev Keith R. Plaister for financial assistance to enable him to attend, and a report on the seminar by Plaister, 26 Mar- 26 Oct 1971; correspondence and papers concerning plans for the 1972 International Ecumenical Seminar on 'Jesus: Solution or Salvation', including information about the Anglican group with three students of Rev Julian Charley, Vice Principal of St John's college, Nottingham, with a report produced by the students - John Hill, Robert Isaachsen and Colin Gibbs, 4 Apr-5 Dec 1972; correspondence between Rev Michael Moore and Dr Vilmos Vajta concerning a planned Colloquium in Rome, 17-26 Sep 1974; report by Austin on the 11th International Ecumenical Seminar on 'Rediscovered Community - Searching for new forms of community in the Church', 19-29 Sep 1977 in Strasbourg, 4 Oct 1977; correspondence and papers including a programme and report on an International consultation between 20-24 Nov 1978, planned by the Institute for Ecumenical Research, under the theme 'Re-reading the Augsburg Confession in an Ecumenical Context', attended by two Anglican participants - Professor Stephen Sykes and Dr David Ford of the University of Birmingham, 8 Mar-21 Dec 1978.

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DS/UK/3443Chadwick; Henry (1920-2008); theologian1920-2008
GB/109/8883Hultgren; Gunnar (1902-1991); archbishop of Uppsala1902-1991
GB/109/15124Charley; Julian Whittard (1930-); Canon of Worcester Cathedral1930-
GB/109/12145Moore; Michael Mervlyn Hamond (1935-); General Secretary, Church of England Council on Foreign Relations1935-
GB/109/22340Sykes; Stephen Whitefield (1939-2014); Bishop of Ely1939-2014
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