RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 129
Extent152 ff.
TitleRelations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: National Dialogues: Belgium: Contacts: Catholic University of Louvain
Date1958-1979
DescriptionPapers relating to contacts with the Catholic University, Louvain, and the Maison St. Jean, including: work of the Maison St Jean in providing ecumenical hospitality to students at the Catholic University of Louvain; arrangements for reciprocal visits to the Catholic University of Louvain and to theological colleges and religious communities in England; article by Ruth Slade on Ecumenism at Louvain (ff.14-17); notes by Sr Edna Mary, Deaconess CSA on her visit to Belgium, 1964 (ff.29-31); report by Sr Edna Mary, Deaconess CSA on a University of London ecumenical pilgrimage to Louvain (ff.32-42); report by the Revd. David Tustin of a visit to Brussels and Louvain, August 1965 (ff.43-47); lecture by David Tustin "Place de la communauté anglicane dans le context oecuménique", 30 October 1965 (ff.52-54); use of 1930 Lambeth Conference papers by Revd. André de Wolf of the Catholic University of Louvain (ff.62-63); "Le dialogue Anglicans-Catholiques-Romains" by the Revd. Roger Greenacre, given at a meeting of the Cercle Oecumenique de la paroisse universitaire de Louvain, 20 October 1966 (ff.64-71); possible extension of the exchange of students with Louvain, 1967 (ff.73-89); brochure about the Catholic University of Louvain (ff.90-95); arrangements with Revd. André van Campenhoudt for a visit of Belgian priests and religious to Canterbury,1970 (ff.96-102); report by the Revd. Colin Davey of a visit to Louvain, Feb. 1973 (ff.103-104); arrangements for the award of the Cross of St. Augustine to Professor and Madame Morren on their retirement from Maison St. Jean, with details of hospitality for the visit, and Order of Service (ff.107-147); correspondence with Professor R. Boudens about the Ecumenical Chair at the Catholic University of Louvain, 1978 (ff.149-152).

Correspondents include:
Madame Hélène Morren (ff.1-2,78-79,109,111,114-115,117,119,137-148); Revd. John Wilkinson (ff.8-13); Revd. Eric Buchanan (ff.18-22); Preb. Gordon Phillips (ff.24-26); Sr. Edna Mary, Dss. CSA (f.50); Abbé Pierre Parré (ff.55-61,72); Revd. Colin Hickling (f.62); Revd. John Dickinson (ff.75-76); Revd. Robert Runcie (ff.82-86); Revd. Basil Moss (ff.87-88); Revd. David Stonebanks (f.96); Donald Coggan, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff.139-141).

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