RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 17, ff. 263-316
Date17 Dec 1943-late 1944
DescriptionPapers relating to the vacancy in the Orthodox archbishopric, and the dispute concerning government restrictions on episcopal elections and their perceived violation of Orthodox canon law. Includes resolutions of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations relating to the Cypriot Church (f. 295), and correspondence from: Archbishop Temple (passim); Kyprianos Kyriakides, Secretary of the Pancyprian Organization of Religious Orthodox Institutions (ff. 263-5, 272-4); Germanos Strenopoulos, Archibishop of Thyateira (ff. 267, 296), including a memorandum on the position of the Eastern Patriarchates in Egypt and the Middle East, forwarded by him to Archbishop Temple (ff. 312-16); John Albert Douglas, Secretary of the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations (ff. 270, 277, 279, 283, 289, 310); Oliver Frederick George Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies (ff. 275, 303-5), including an extract from the official report of Parliament for 16 February 1944 (f. 276); Leontios, Bishop of Paphos and Locum Tenens of the Archbishopric of Cyprus (ff. 278, 286-8, 292-3; translations of 286-8 and 292-3 are found on ff. 284-5 and 290-1, respectively); Arthur Cayley Headlam, Bishop of Gloucester (ff. 294, 298-9); and an extract from a letter of Weston Henry Stewart, Bishop in Jerusalem (f. 309).

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