RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoLC 210/2
Extent78 ff.
TitleLambeth Conference 1968: Conference planning and business: General
DescriptionPapers relating to general discussions and planning for the Lambeth Conference 1968, including: letter from Catherine Hallett, Mothers' Union, 17 Jan. 1968, about MU involvement in conference arrangements (f.1); correspondence between Canon Douglas Webster and Bishop Dean, about advice on clerical dress for the conference (ff.2,4-5); discussion of metropolitical status (ff.3,6); distribution to visiting bishops of information from the Church of England Council for the Deaf (ff.7-8), Sion College (ff.44-47) and the Friends of Lambeth Palace Library (f.50); protocol for processions (f.9); correspondence from Howard Clark, Archbishop of Rupert's Land, K.M. Carey, Bishop of Edinburgh, and Bishop Dean about youth observers at the conference, an initiative rejected by Archbishop Ramsey (ff.10-11,52-53); copy of 'Where do Anglicans Stand?, a lecture by Henry McAdoo, Bishop of Ossory, with covering correspondence from staff of the Council on Foreign Relations (ff.12-41); notes of a conversation between Bishop Dean and Archbishop Ramsey, 30 May 1968 (f.48); lists of writers of preparatory papers (ff.54-59); telegram to Archbishop Ramsey from the Revd. William Olaseinde Ajayi with prayers for the Conference,19 July 1968 (f.60); letter from Archbishop Coggan to Archbishop Ramsey with greetings and prayers for the Conference, 23 July 1968 (f.61); greetings from Foster Murphy, British Council of Churches, on behalf of the Fourth British Conference of Christian Youth, Edinburgh, with reply (ff.62,65); letter from the Secretariado Nacional de Ecumenismo, Madrid, with good wishes for the Conference, with reply (ff.63-64); telegram of greetings and prayers from Manuel Chavez, Vicar General, on behalf of the diocese of Cuba, 26 July 1968 (f.66); copy of a letter from Canon Satterthwaite to Archbishop MacInnes about the concern of some MPs that the Conference might refer to Jerusalem and peace in the Holy Land, 30 July 1968 (f.68); circular letter about Humanae Vitae, 30 July 1968 (f.69); telegram from David Richards, Bishop of Costa Rica, on defining Anglican position with regard to Humane Vitae, with reply from Bishop Dean (ff.70-71); Archbishop Ramsey's statement on prayers for the crisis in Czechoslovakia (f.72); telegram of greetings to H.M. Queen Elizabeth II from the bishops of the Lambeth Conference, with reply, August 1968 (ff.73-74); correspondence between John Richards, Bishop of St. Davids and Bishop Dean on the Church Times report on Recommendation 14, Sept. 1968 (ff.75-76); notes of conversation between Bishop Dean amd Canon Paton, 6 Oct. 1968 (ff.77-78).

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