RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 80
Extent142 ff.
TitleRelations with the Vatican: Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogues: Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC): Material for the Canterbury meeting
DescriptionPreparatory papers for the Poringland sub-committee meeting (11-15 June 1973) and fifth full meeting at Canterbury (28 Aug.-6 Sept. 1973), including: drafts of the document on Apostolic Succession (ff.2-4,10-13,18,29-30); drafts of South African Anglican-Roman Catholic Commission draft on Ordination (ff.6-8,44-49); lists of material on Ministry (ff.20-21); comments on the final draft of the paper on Apostolic Succession by Fr. Georges Tavard (ff.31-32), by Fr. Henry Wansbrough (f.40), by the English sub-commission (f.42); text of North American sub-commission's document on 'Ministerial Priesthood in relation to Christ and the Church' (ff.36-39); list of material for the Poringland meeting (f.53); memorandum by Canon Purdy setting out lines of discussion for the Canterbury meeting (ff.55-65); Roman Catholic declaration on The Mystery of the Church published in 'The Tablet' 14 July 1973 with a response by Prof. Hans Küng (ff.74-78); draft statement on Ministry by Fr. Georges Tavard, with comments (ff.79-84); list of material for Canterbury (f.88); minutes of the Canterbury meeting (ARCIC 84) (ff.89-104); Ministry and Ordination: A Statement on the Doctrine of the Ministry agreed by the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ff.105-110); copy of 'Towards a Contemporary Appropriation of Apostolicae Curiae' by Edward P. Echlin SJ in the 'Ampleforth Journal', Summer 1972, vol. LXXVII, pt.2 (ff.112-123); 'Valid Sacraments' by Bishop Christopher Butler in 'The Tablet', Feb-March 1973 (ff.124-130); copies of comments on Bishop Butler's articles (ff.131-138); resumé of 'Ministère Ecclésiastique et Succession Apostolique' by L. Bouyer in 'Nouvelle Revue Théologique', March 1973, pp.241-252 (ff.139-142).

Correspondents include: Revd Colin Davey (pasim); Revd. R.J. Halliburton (ff.1,18-19); Edward Knapp-Fisher, Bishop of Pretoria (ff.5,41.50); Canon Purdy (ff.9,33-34,54,96); Henry McAdoo, Bishop of Ossory (ff.14,27-28,67-70,87 ); Reginald J. Pierce, Bishop of Athabasca (f.16); Prof. Eugene Fairweather (f.17); Alan Clark, Bishop of Elmham (ff.22-24,85); Revd. Barnabas Lindars SSF (f.51); Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff.68-70,111); Very Revd. Eric Kemp (f.111).
Covering dates Dec. 1972-Sep.1973.
RelatedMaterialW.C.C. Study Encounters; Vol.VIII. No. 4. 1972. SE/34 The Ordained Ministry in Ecumenical Perspective. Copy in printed books collection at H5.S8

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