RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 89
Extent95 ff.
TitleRelations with the Vatican: Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogues: Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC): Papers and correspondence
Date1975-1978
DescriptionPapers relating to ARCIC in general, including: The Papacy as an Inner-Catholic Problem by Avery Dulles SJ in 'The Ecumenist' vol 13, no. 5 July/August 1975 (ff.1-3); correspondence about ARCIC from members of the public (ff.4-8,13,28-31); extract from Canon Moore's diary of his visit to Rome 31 Oct.-10 Nov. 1975 relating to the Ordination of Women (ff.9-11); presscuttings (ff.12,67); letter, 2 March 1976, from Fr. Ravi Santosh Kamath SJ enclosing his bibliography on the Windsor Statement (ff.14-25); Papal Authority in a Reunited Church by Roger Beckwith in 'Faith & Unity', Summer 1976 (ff.26-27); correspondence between Andrzej Grodon and Christopher Hill on Anglican Orders (ff.33-36,39); summary of informal ARCIC Steering Committee, 18 Jan. 1977 (f.37); letter from Fr. J. Dupuis SJ about the publication of the text of the Agreed Statement on Authority in the March 1977 issue of 'The Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Research' (f.38); correspondence with Fr. Timothy Wright OSB about use of the Agreed Statements in Oxford and Cambridge Board Religious Studies A-level (ff.42,48); letter, 14 June 1977, to Henry McAdoo, Archbishop of Dublin about ARCIC and Lambeth 1978 (ff.43-44); note about comments from Sr. Mary Dominic (f.45); letter, 17 June 1977, from Bishop Howe to Archbishop McAdoo about the Chichester meeting of ARCIC (ff.46-47); letter, 22 June 1977, from Canon John R. Taylor, Vicar of Christ Church, Bankok, about his concelebrating at a Requiem Mass in Bankok (f.49); circular letter about the meeting at Chichester Theological College 30 Aug.-8 Sept. 1977 (f.51); note about ARCIC and Northern Ireland (f.52); ARCIC Chichester 1977 Canterbury Statement final draft (ff.53-57); ARCIC Chichester 1977 Venice Statement final draft (ff.58-65); press release following the Chichester meeting (ff.66-67); note by Christopher Hill to English ARC on ARCIC 1977 Chichester (f.68); ARCIC and the Lambeth Conference 1978 (ff.69-70,75-77); draft response to the Ministry Statement: London Colney ARCIC 195/6 (ff.78-82); 'FOAG [Faith and Order Advisory Group] and the Canterbury Statement' (ff.83-88); publications of Herbert J. Ryan SJ (ff.89-95).

Correspondents include: Revd. Christopher Hill (passim); Leslie Brooks (ff.4-8); Thomas Birmingham (f.13); Katherine Roe (ff.28-31); Alan Clark, Bishop of East Anglia (ff.40,72,74); Henry McAdoo, Archbishop of Dublin (ff.41,43-44,70-71); Bishop John Howe (f.70); Revd Julian Charley (f.73).
Covering dates Aug.1975-Dec. 1978.
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