RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 140/1
Extent74 ff.
TitleRelations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: National Dialogues: France: General correspondence
DescriptionPapers relating to Anglican-Roman Catholic relations in France, including: information from the International Organization Justice and Development [sic] on the Chapel of Peace at Maisons-Laffitte (ff.1-2); correspondence between the Mayor of Vincennes, the borough of Lambeth and Lambeth Palace about Archbishop Ramsey's inability to attend the 700th anniversary commemoration of the death of St. Louis, May 1970 (ff.3,7-8); letter from Roger Etchegaray, Auxiliary Bishop of Paris, about the Mission de France (f.4); thanks from Archbishop Ramsey following a visit from Ramsgate to a parish near Boulogne (ff.5-6); correspondence with Cardinal Guyon, Archbishop of Rennes, and Canon Jacques Desseaux about an Anglican observer at the French Episcopal Conference, 1970 (ff.12,14-17); report by Revd. H.R.T. Brandreth on the changing observance of the Semaine de l'Unité (f.13); report of a meeting with Cardinal Guyon, 2 Nov. 1970 (f.18); correspondence about the Centre International de Publications Oecuméniques des Liturgies (ff.19-20); congratulations on the nomination of Roger Etchegaray as Archbishop of Marseilles, Jan. 1971 (ff.21-22); report by Revd. Roger Greenacre on the French Episcopal Conference at Lourdes, 1970 (ff.23-30); note on an ecumenical celebration in Boulogne Cathedral during an Inter-Church Travel pilgrimage led by Bishop John Trillo, May 1971 (f.31); condolences on the death of Mgr. Pierre Haubtmann, Rector of the Institut Catholique de Paris, Sept. 1971 (ff.32-33); correspondence with Encyclopédies Quid about its entries on the Anglican Communion (ff.34-36); memo on French Roman Catholics by Dr. Nigel Kent-Barbour, churchwarden of Toulouse, 10 July 1972 (ff.37-40); note of a meeting btween Revd. Michael Moore and a group of French priests at the Roman Catholic chaplaincy in London, 10 April 1973 (f.41); correspondence about Archbishop Ramsey's patronage of a conference on the 800th anniversary of the canonisation of St. Thomas Becket, and Revd. John Dickinson's attendance, 1973 (ff.42-46,48-49); letter from Mgr. Maurice-Adolphe Gaidon asking for Archbishop Ramsey's prayers on his appointment as Auxiliary Bishop of Besançon, Aug. 1973 (f.47); letter from Revd. Roger Greenacre enclosing the text of his intervention at the French Episcopal Conference, Lourdes, Nov. 1973, with Cardinal Marty's response (ff.50-51);
report by John Satterthwaite, Bishop of Fulham and Gibraltar, on his visit to Strasbourg, 3-6 May 1974 (ff.52-54); report [by Bishop Satterthwaite] on his visitation of S.W. France, Sept. 1974 (f.55); list of those communities to which notice of the VIIe Rencontre Inter-confessionelle de Religieuses was sent, 1976 (ff.65-66); correspondence about a possible Breton link for the Diocese of Truro, 1976 (ff.67-72); correspondence about an ecumenical exchange between the parish of Christ Church with St. Laurence, Brondesbury, and Wissant (Pas-de-Calais), 1976 (ff.73-74).

Correspondents include: Revd. H.R.T. Brandreth (passim); Revd. Michael Moore (passim); Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff.1-2,20); Canon Ronald Jasper (f.19); Cardinal François Marty, Archbishop of Paris (f.32); Graham Leonard, Bishop of Truro (ff.67-68); Revd. Christopher Hill (ff.68-69,73-74); Suzanne Martineau (ff.69-71); Père André Gouemelen (ff.70-71); Michael SSF, Bishop of St. Germans (f.72); Revd. Peter Stubbs (ff.73-74).

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