RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 161/1
Extent134 ff.
TitleRelations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: Great Britain: General correspondence
DescriptionPapers relating to relations between the Church of England and Roman Catholic Church in Great Britain, including: reception of Roman Catholic converts (f.1); mixed marriages (ff.2-5, 58-61, 84, 112-116); note on the Irish Constitution (f.6); specimens of anti-Catholic propaganda, including a copy of a declaration of faith by Fr. Charles Chiniquy D.D.(ff.7,62-63, 95-98); encouragement of prayers in Anglican cathedrals for the health of Cardinal Hinsley, 1943 (f.8); note on Roman Catholics for the Lambeth Conference 1948 (ff.9-10); notes on the establishment of friendly relations with Roman Catholics, with comments by the Revd. Benedict Ley OSB, 1947 (ff.11-17); note of a meeting between Canon Waddams and the Italian Ambassador, Jan. 1948 (f.18); correspondence between Canon Waddams and Canon John Findlow on Mariology, 1949 (ff.19-23); comments by Samuel Gurney, Archbishop David Mathew and the Revd. Ronald Pilkington on historical evidence and faith (ff.24-27, 32); translations by J.V. Perowne of articles in "Quotidiano", 13 Nov. and 4 Dec. 1949 (ff.28-31, 33-37, 41); statement by Cyril Garbett, Archbishop of York on The Church of England and the Church of Rome, 29 Dec. 1949 (ff.38-41); article on Rome et Canterbury the "Gazette de Lausanne", 14/15 Jan. 1950 (ff.42-44); letters from Canon Findlow and J.V. Perowne on an article in "L'Osservatore Romano", 28 Jan. 1950, with translation (ff.45-49); correspondence between Canon Waddams and A.C.F. Beales about his remarks on the sufferings of Roman Catholics in Eastern Europe in a review in "The Tablet" (ff.50-57); "An Anglican View of Ecumenical Relations" by Canon Prestige, contribution to a volume in honour of Dom Lambert Beauduin, 1953 (ff.64-76); note by Samuel Gurney on a talk by Michael Derrick of "The Tablet", 17 March 1953 (f.77); article by the Revd Benedict Ley on the Anglican Benedictine community at Burford Priory, with a copy of a letter from Fr. Ceresi about the community (ff.78-81); correspondence about the persecution of Roman Catholics in Eastern Europe (ff.82-83, 90); correspondence and articles about about "Infallible Fallicies: An Anglican Reply to Roman Catholic Arguments" (ff.85-89, 99-100-101, 106-111); comment on remarks about Roman Catholics made by Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1953 (ff.91-94, 102-105); advertisements by the Catholic Enquiry Centre in local newspapers with leaflets and correspondence about them, 1954 (ff.117-134).
Correspondents include: Canon Waddams (passim); Richard Parsons, Bishop of Southwark (ff.2-4); Revd. Graham R. Sansbury (f.3); Canon John Douglas (f.4); A.C. Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (f.5); Cyril Garbett, Archbishop of York (f.51); Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury (ff.58-59, 93-94, 99-103,119, 128); Rt. Revd. G. Ashton Oldham (ff.91-92); J.A. Kensit (f.103); Revd Ronald Pilkington (ff.27, 106); Samuel Gurney (ff.106, 114-116, 120-121, 123-124); Arthur Cockin, Bishop of Bristol (ff.112-113).
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