RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 121/3
Extent60 ff.
TitleRelations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: National Dialogues: Belgium: Contacts: Cardinal Suenens
Date1970-1981
DescriptionPapers relating to Léon Joseph Suenens, Cardinal Archbishop of Malines-Brussels, including: proposal from the Revd. Alistair Macleod, Church of Scotland minister in Brussels, for a tripartite conversation in Malines between Cardinal Suenens, Dr. Neville Davidson, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and Preb. Gwyn Williams on 20 April 1970 (ff.1-15); Belgian Protestant Information Service press release on the visit of Dr. Davidson and a proposed Anglican bishopric based in Brussels (f.13); request to Archbishop Ramsey from Gill and Macmillan Ltd. to supply an introduction to 'The Suenens Dossier' by José de Broucker, 1 May 1970, and press release (ff.16,22); possibility of Cardinal Suenens receiving an honorary degree from Oxford University (f.17); arrangements for Cardinal Suenens' lecture at the University of Kent, 16 Oct. 1970 (ff.18-21,23); congratulations on the 25th anniversary of Cardinal Suenens' consecration to the episcopate, Nov. 1970 (ff.24,28); note of a conversation between Archbishop Ramsey and Cardinal Suenens, 16 Oct. 1970 (ff.25-26); invitations to lunch at Lambeth Palace,14 April 1971 (ff.29-32) and 22 Feb. 1972 (f.35) and to the Nikaean Club dinner, 25 June 1975 (f.45); expressions of regret following a fire at Malines Cathedral, 29 Aug. 1972 (ff.37-40); details of arrangements for Cardinal Suenens' honorary degree at the University of Kent, 13 July 1974, (ff.41-43); translation of his message to Archbishop Coggan delivered by the March for Europe, 31 March 1979 (f.50); arrangements for Anglican representation at Cardinal Suenens' farewell service on leaving his diocese, 1 Dec. 1979 (ff.51-52,54-55); arrangements for a meeting with Archbishop Coggan, 21 Nov. 1979 (f.53); briefing note for Robert Runcie, Bishop of St. Albans, before a meeting with Cardinal Suenens, 21 January 1980 (f.57); press cutting on Cardinal Suenens call for unity, March 1981.

Correspondents include: Canon Joseph Dessain (passim); Canon Satterthwaite (passim); Revd. Michael Moore (passim); Revd. Christopher Hill (passim); Revd. Harold Isherwood (ff.2-3); Preb. Gwyn Williams (ff.6,11-12,14); Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff.16,27,29,34,37-39,42); Cardinal Suenens (ff.34-39,42,44-45; Donald Coggan, Archbishop of Canterbury (f.45); Canon Reginald Cant (f.55);

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11Ramsey; (Arthur) Michael (1904-1988); Baron Ramsey of Canterbury; Archbishop of Canterbury1904-1988
DS/UK/6449University of Kent; 1965-1965-
GB/109/6760Nikaean Club; 1926-1926-
298Coggan; Frederick Donald (1909-2000); Baron Coggan; Archbishop of Canterbury1909-2000
516Runcie; Robert Alexander Kennedy (1921-2000); Archbishop of Canterbury1921-2000
GB/109/22323Dessain; Joseph (1911-1984); Canon Residentiary of Malines Cathedral1911-1984
524Satterthwaite; John Richard (1925-2014); Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe1925-2014
GB/109/12145Moore; Michael Mervlyn Hamond (1935-); General Secretary, Church of England Council on Foreign Relations1935-
GB/109/14013Hill; Christopher John (1945-); Bishop of Guildford1945-
GB/109/13042Isherwood; Harold (1907-1989); Honorary Assistant Bishop1907-1989
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