RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoLC 217
Extent27 ff.
TitleLambeth Conference 1968: Conference planning and business: Steering Committee
DescriptionPapers relating to the composition and business of the Lambeth Conference Steering Committee to work with Bishop Dean and co-ordinate the business of the conference, including: correspondence with Robert Stopford, Bishop of London, George Simms, Archbishop of Dublin, Robert Mortimer, Bishop of Exeter, Bishop Steven Bayne and Stanley Eley, Bishop of Gibraltar; memorandum to official of the overall sections about the responsibilities of the Steering Committee during the Conference, and daily meeting during the Conference, apart form during Plenary Sessions, 13 May 1968; correspondence with Donald Coggan, Archbishop of York, about the difficulty of arranging a preparatory group meeting before the start of the Conference, May 1968; responsibility of the group for preparing the Encyclical and the Message for the Conference, 31 May 1968; request for a suitable speaker to address the Observers, 1 July 1968; letters from Lord Fisher of Lambeth, Aug. 1968, protesting about Bishop Stopford's statement in 'The Times' on the work of the Steering Committee; memorandum on the composition of an ad hoc Finance Committee, 13 Aug. 1968; Notes for the President from the Steering Committee to all section officers, 13 Aug. 1968.
AdminHistoryOriginal file title: Steering Committee (admin)

Show related Persons records.

Related name records
DS/UK/4791Dean; Ralph Stanley (1913-1987); archbishop of Cariboo1913-1987
552Stopford; Robert Wright (1901-1976); Bishop of London1901-1976
DS/UK/4966Simms; George Otto (1910-1991); Archbishop of Armagh1910-1991
460Mortimer; Robert Cecil (1902-1976); Bishop of Exeter1902-1976
DS/UK/3564Bayne; Stephen Fielding (1908-1974); bishop of Olympia1908-1974
DS/UK/4797Eley; Stanley Albert Hallam (1904–1990); Bishop of Gibraltar (1960 to 1970)1904–1990
298Coggan; Frederick Donald (1909-2000); Baron Coggan; Archbishop of Canterbury1909-2000
12Fisher; Geoffrey Francis (1887-1972); Archbishop of Canterbury1887-1972
    Powered by CalmView© 2008-2021