RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoRamsey 229, ff.103-388
TitleJerusalem Archbishopric: general
DescriptionPapers relating to the diocese of Jerusalem and the Anglican Church in the Middle East, including: funding and work of St. George's College (ff.105-106, 127-129, 134-138, 141); possible structure of the archbishopric, role of the Episcopal Canons and constitution (ff.108-117, 140, 174-177, 189-193, 195-202, 214-223, 227, 230-233, 236-237, 240-241, 260-261, 263); position of Revd. 'Aql 'Aql and appointment of an assistant bishop in Jordan (ff.118-124, 131-133, 150, 156, 160-161, 165-166, 168-173, 180-188, 194, 224-225, 242, 255, 256-259, 262); correspondence from Lady Richmond about the situation in the Middle East (ff.139, 151, 154-155, 157-159); letters from senior Jordanian clergy about Archbishop Appleton's statement on Jerusalem (ff.143-149, 152-153); appointment of Sir Archibald Ross as Chairman of the Directors of the Jerusalem and the East Mission (ff.178-179); minutes of the Episcopal Synod of the Middle East, January 1972 (ff.203-209); view of Ward Smith, Editor of 'Home Words' that Archbishop Appleton's successor should, like him, act as a bridge between Christians and Muslims (f.210); lease of Baghdad church property received from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (ff.228-229); suggested Lambeth D.Litt. for Archbishop Appleton (ff.234, 238); speeches of Archbishop Appleton and Bishop Oliver Allison at the Annual Meeting of the Jerusalem and the East Mission (ff.243-254); account of a conversation with Winifred Coate about affairs in Jordan (ff.264-265); establishment and membership of a working party on the Anglican presence in Jerusalem (ff.266-289); background papers A.P. 1-A.P. 25, 1956-1972, circulated to the working party (ff.290-376); Ven. David Stewart-Smith's thoughts on the Anglican presence in Jerusalem (ff.378-380); Michael Moore's notes of the first meeting of the working party (ff.381-382); papers from Sydney Bailey about Muslim-Christian-Jewish dialogue held in Rome about religious life in contemporary Jerusalem (ff.383-388). Other correspondents include: J.B. Wilson (passim); Robert Stopford, Bishop of London (ff.152, 165); Archbishop Ramsey (passim); Bishop John Howe (f.137) Najib Cuba'in, Bishop in Jordan, Lebanon and Syria (ff.142, 160-161, 166, 183-185, 224-225, 256); Canon Edward Every (ff.172-173); Ven. Carl Witton-Davies (ff.230, 260).

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