RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 217
Extent200 ff.
TitleRelations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: Spain: Contacts: General
DescriptionPapers relating to general contacts in Spain, including:
ff.1-6: Revd. Francisco Albarracín, SJ, Director of the Centro de Estudios Orientales, Madrid; 1967-68: correspondence about his work and information for Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury, about a course on ecumenical theology in conjuncton with the Pontifical University of Comillas.

ff.7-20: Assumptionist Fathers and seminarians; 1963-64: letters to Archbishop Ramsey on aspects of Christian unity; letter from Mary Margaret, Superior CHC, about an introduction to Spanish Dominican sisters from Fr. Dionisio Herrero.

ff.21-31: Rt. Revd. Gabrielu Brasó, Abbot of Montserrat; 1966: invitation to Archbishop Ramsey to the General World Congress of the Abbots and Benedictine Superiors, refused but with an introduction to the Abbot of Nashdom; text of Archbishop Ramsey's address at Nashdom for the jubilee of the community.

ff.32-59: Fr. Manuel G. Bueno, OP; 1966-67, 1971-72: correspondence with Fr. Manuel Bueno, founder of A la Unidad por Maria, and reports on a pilgrimage to Walsingham by a group under his leadership, 1966; his attendance at the Marian Ecumenical Conference at Coloma College, April 1971, with a letter from Sister Maria Catalina Lage OP; report on the activities of A la Unidad por Maria at Pentecost 1971; Archbishop Ramsey's message of greeting for 1973.

ff.60-82: Revd. Robert Coward CP; 1967-1970: correspondence with the Revd. Robert Coward, an Anglo-Argentine priest, about contacts with Anglican clergy.

ff.83-92: Don José Luis Fernández del Campo; 1966: copy of an article in 'Palabra', no. 8, April 1966, on the meeting between Archbishop Ramsey and Pope Paul VI; copy of an interview with Archbishop Ramsey by Don José Luis Fernández del Campo in La Gaceta del Norte, 20 May 1966, with a translation by the Revd. Ronald Baron.

ff.93-98: Revd. Dr. Javier Goitia; 1975-76: provision of Anglican contacts for Dr. Goitia, a Lecturer in Systematic and Ecumenical Theology at the University of Bilbao, with an introduction from Don Martín de Zabala.

ff.99-119: Revd. Julián García Hernando; 1967-72: correspondence with Revd. Julián García Hernando about Anglicanism, prayers for the 1968 Lambeth Conference and a conference for religious at Grandchamp, 1971; note of a meeting between him and Canon Michael Moore, Dec. 1972.

ff.120-127: Fr. Ramón Sánchez de Léon; 1961-62: correspondence from the Revd. Ronald Baron concerning Fr. Ramón Sánchez de Léon and the provision of Anglican chaplaincies in tourist centres in Spain.

ff.128-131: Don José Murillo; 1966: replies provided by the Revd. Ronald Baron to interview questions for Archbishop Ramsey from Don José Murillo.

ff.132-139: Ven. Basil Ney; 1968-70: correspondence with the Ven. Basil Ney, chaplain of the Embassy Church of St. George, Madrid, mostly about unity services.

ff.140-167: Prof. Dr. Pedro Rodríguez; 1977: correspondence relating to the Venice Agreement; 'Vatican II: Eleven Years Later' by Rodríguez in 'Position Paper 37' (Jan. 1977); Spanish translation of the Venice Agreement.

ff.168-179: Don Luis Ignacio Seco; 1966: arrangements for Don Luis Ignacio Seco to interview Archbishop Ramsey for 'Actualidad Española' with a copy of the article, 14 July 1966.

ff.180-197: Fr. José Angel Ubieta; 1977-1978: correspondence with Fr. José Angel Ubieta about arrangements for his study visit to England 6 Oct.-4 Nov. 1977, with an introduction from Don Martín de Zabala and programme for the visit.

ff.198-200: Fr. José Sánchez Vaquero; 1978: courtesy correspondence.
LanguageSpanish, some French

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