RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelItem
Alt Ref NoRamsey 228, ff.1-89
TitleIndustrial Matters
Date1971-1972
DescriptionPapers relating to industrial matters, including: correspondence with Robin Woods, Bishop of Worcester and chairman of the Industrial Council of the Board of Social Responsibility on business to bring before the Bishops' Meeting and the possible role of Bishop Edward Wickham (ff.1-3, 7-8, 12-14,); correspondence with the Rev'd Brian Cordingley, Simon Phipps, Bishop of Horsham on the work of the Industrial Mission Association (ff.4-6, 9-11, 15,18-21); decision of Cuthbert Bardsley, Bishop of Coventry, not to speak in Lord Byers's debate on 'Training for the Future' as it clashed with the General Synod debate on Anglican Methodist Unity (ff.22, 26, 29, 36) discussion of the work of Tom Chapman (ff.23-25, 27-28, 52-53); Tom Chapman's Industrial Notes No. 67 'The Right to Work - At a Job for Life?' and No. 68 'The Facade and the Vision (ff.30-35, 49-51); expenses for industrial chaplains (f.37); meeting between Archbishop Ramsey, the Rev'd Brian Cordingley and the Rev'd Michael Atkinson to discuss the work of the Industrial Mission Association (ff.38-40, 42-43, 45-48, 54-56, 59); possible visit of Archbishop Ramsey to Belgium in connection with the Churches and the Common Market (ff.41, 44); plans for Tom Chapman's conference of Christians from European industries and request for an introduction to Cardinal Suenens (ff.57, 60-62, 64-65, 87); Community Industry bulletin no. 3 (f.63); correspondence between Bishop Woods and Hugh Whitworth about taking forward the issues raised by the Industrial Mission Association (ff.66, 68); suggestion from Laurence Brown, Bishop of Birmingham, that the function and usefulness of the Industrial Christian Fellowship be discussed at the Bishops' Meeting (ff.67, 81); housing for industrial chaplains (ff.69, 80, 83-86); draft paper by Brian Cordingley on industrial mission and the diocesan structure, with further discussion (ff.70-76, 79, 82); statement by the Rev'd Philip Lee-Bapty on the causes of industrial unrest (f.77); reminder to Ronald Williams, Bishop of Leicester that the role and position of industrial chaplains be discussed by the Board of Social Responsibility (ff.88-89).

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CodeNameDates
610Woods; Robert Wylmer (1914-1997); Bishop of Worcester1914-1997
GB/109/8539Church of England; General Synod: Board for Social Responsibility: Church of England Industrial Council; 1958-1958-
DS/UK/5003Wickham; Edward Ralph (1911-1994); suffragan Bishop of Middleton1911-1994
DS/UK/4934Phipps; Simon Wilton (1922-2001); Bishop of Lincoln1922-2001
GB/109/8541Industrial Mission Association of Great Britain; 1942-1942-
DS/UK/3554Bardsley; Cuthbert Killick Norman (1907-1991); bishop of Coventry1907-1991
GB/109/12134Suenens; Leon-Joseph (1904-1996); Cardinal1904-1996
DS/UK/4721Brown; Laurence Ambrose (1907-1994); Bishop of Birmingham1907-1994
978Industrial Christian Fellowship; 1919-1919-
DS/UK/3472Williams; Ronald Ralph (1906-1979); Bishop of Leicester1906-1979
11Ramsey; (Arthur) Michael (1904-1988); Baron Ramsey of Canterbury; Archbishop of Canterbury1904-1988
GB/109/17936Chapman; Tom (fl.1971-1976); Industrial Liaison Officerfl.1971-1976
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