RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 141
Extent183 ff.
TitleRelations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: National Dialogues: France: Anglican-Roman Catholic Working Group
Date1969-1975
DescriptionPapers relating to the setting up and work of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Working Group, including: correspondence with the Secrétariat National pour l'Unité des Chrétiens; minutes (ff.19-22,40-51,56-57,73-75,86-89,93-100,114-117,136-138,147-148,155-160,178-180), working papers and information documents on the admission of isolated Anglicans to the sacraments of the Roman Catholic church, and mixed marriages; translation of an article by Fr. Maurice Villain 'English-speaking Christians in France: Towards an Ecumenical Ministry' in 'Le Figaro', 2 June 1972 (ff.122-124); Towards a Developing Ecclesiology: the Eucharist in the divided Churches as they move towards communion (an RC comment from the Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue in France) (ff.130-135); note on Archbishop Ramsey's visit to France, 18-23 January 1973 (f.154).

Correspondents include: Revd. H.R.T. Brandreth (passim); Revd. Roger Greenacre (ff.1,4,8,91); Bishop John Howe (ff.5-7,9-15,172-175); Canon J. Dessaux (ff.5-7,9,16,31); Cardinal Paul Gouyon, Archbishop of Rennes (f.10); Bishop J. Brooke Mosley (f.11); Robert Stopford, Bishop of London (f.24); Alan, Bishop of Fulham (f.26); Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury (f.27); Dom Philibert Zobel OSB (f.33); Elizabeth Hannay (ff.54-55); Sr. Clare Teresa Tjäder R.A.(ff.83-85,90,183); Revd. Christopher Hill (ff.172-175,183).
LanguageMuch in French

Show related Persons records.

Related name records
CodeNameDates
GB/109/24384Villain; Maurice (1900-1977); Roman Catholic priest and ecumenist1900-1977
11Ramsey; (Arthur) Michael (1904-1988); Baron Ramsey of Canterbury; Archbishop of Canterbury1904-1988
NA2420Brandreth; Henry Renaud Turner (1914-1984); Anglican clergyman and historian1914-1984
GB/109/21858Greenacre; Roger Tagent (1930-2011); clergyman1930-2011
DS/UK/4103Howe; John William Alexander (1920-2001); bishop of St. Andrew's, Dunkeld and Dunblane1920-2001
    Powered by CalmView© 2008-2022