RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 135
Extent119 ff.
TitleRelations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: National Dialogues: Belgium: General contacts
DescriptionPapers relating to contacts with, or information about, the following:
Dom Lambert Beauduin, 1960; (f.1): obituary in 'Chrsyostom', No. 2, Summer 1960.

Cardinal Igino Cardinale, 1972, 1975; (ff.2-4): his accreditation to the European Economic Community; requesting an audience with Archbishop Coggan on behalf of an American ecumenical pilgrimage

Fr. Georges Dejaifve SJ, 1954, 1962; (ff.5-7): enquiring about literature on the Anglican Communion.

Dom Francis de Grunne OSB & 'Rythmes du Monde', 1964-1967; (ff.8-29): correspondence with Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury; his visit to England.

Fr. Jean Levie SJ & Abbé Couturier, 1948-1949 (ff.30-40): correspondence with Revd. John Findlow about an article 'Lambeth Conference 1948 Report. A brief survey with some comments by Anglicans', written in his private capacity for 'Nouvelle Revue Theologique'.

Dom Clément Lialine OSB, 1936-1954 (ff.41-61): correspondence with Canon Douglas about reports and information for CFR; arrangements for a supply of Anglican literature for him as editor of 'Irénikon'; Revd. Herbert Waddams' visit to Chevetogne, 1947; forbidden to attend 2nd Assembly of the World Council of Churches, Evanston, 1954.

Dom Hilaire Marot OSB, 1968-1969 (ff.62-66): attendance at the Lambeth Conference 1968, and article on it for 'Irénikon'.

Canon Emmanuel Amand de Mendieta, 1956-1976 (ff.67-88): correspondence about possibilities of work for him in England following his reception into the Church of England; letter from Athenagoras, Ecumenical Patriarch, to Geoffrey Fisher, authorising Dr. de Mendieta to visit Mount Athos, 1959, with a report on his visit; appointment to a canonry at Winchester; review of his book 'Rome and Canterbury: A Biblical and Free Catholicism'; obituary.

Canon Charles Moeller, 1960-1963 (ff.89-94): arrangements for him to stay with John Lawrence and his wife during a stay in England to improve his English, 1960; note on a meeting between him and Revd. Michael Halliwell, 14 Nov. 1962; copy of his article 'Bible, Liturgy and Unity' in 'Faith and Unity', May 1963.

Charles J.L Napier, 1960 (f.95): asking for help to obtain a copy of the film 'Your Inheritance' by SPCK to show in Louvain, 1960.

Abbé Pierre Parré, 1974 (f.96): note of a meeting between him, Revd. Christopher Hill and Revd. Hugh Wybrew, Dec. 1974.

Mgr Emile De Smedt, Bishop of Bruges,1967; 1980; (ff.97-101): letter from Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury, mentioning the Toc H Jubilee celebrations in Poperinge, 1965; greetings from Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1980.

Fr. Jacques Tombeur, 1947-1950; (ff.102-115): correspondence between this missionary seminarist and Revd. John Findlow about visiting England to improve his English and to learn more about the Church of England; letter from Fr. Algy Robertson SSF about the Ashram movement in India; invitation to his ordination, Louvain, 17 July 1949; information on his later work in South India.

Revd. William Wight, 1969-1970 (ff.116-119): letter of introduction and details of contacts in Czechosolvakia, Poland and the USSR; details of his ordination in Brussels and query about Roman Catholic Bishops taking part in the laying on of hands.
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