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A New Spirit : the documents of the Visit of His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd George L. Carey, to His Holiness Pope John Paul II, Advent 1996, in Rome

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog2935
Publication Date
1997
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5004.2 A5 N4 1997
Place
London
Publisher
Anglican Communion Publications
Publication Date
1997
Physical_Description
37 p. : illus. (col.) ; 21 x 14.7 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"First published Lent 1997."
"Photos: Anglican World / James Rosenthal".
Cover title: A new spirit: the Archbishop of Canterbury's visit to Rome 1996.
"The joint declaration signed by the Archbishop and the Pope and the homilies preached during the visit do not sidestep the difficulties in our relationships, but courageously call for deepened theological dialogue and further consultation 'about how the relationship between the Anglican Communion and the Catholic Church is to progress'. Anglicans and Roman Catholics, sisters and brother in Christ, can see in this historic visit inspired leadership from the Pope and the Archbishop proclaiming afresh our goal of full visible unity". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface dated 2 February 1997, Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord / John L. Peterson -- The Archbishop of Canterbury's Visit to Rome From the Co-Chairs of the Anglican / Roman Catholic International Commission dated December 1996 / Mark Santer, Bishop of Birmingham (Anglican) [and] Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, Bishop of Arundel and Brighton (Roman Catholic) -- Greeting of the Holy Father to the Archbishop of Canterbury Tuesday 3rd December 1996 / John Paul II -- The Archbishop of Canterbury's Greeting to His Holiness Pope John Paul II Tuesday 3rd December 1996 / George L. Carey -- The Archbishop of Canterbury's Greeting to His Holiness Pope John Paul II, 5 December 1996 / George L. Carey -- Greeting from Pope John Paul II to Archbishop Carey in the Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano, 5 December 1996 / John Paul II -- Archbishop of Canterbury, Press Briefing Rome, 5 December 1996 / George L. Carey -- Homily given by His Holiness during Solemn Vespers at San Gregorio Church, 5 December 1996 / John Paul II -- The Archbishop of Canterbury's Homily at Solemn Vespers at San Gregorio Church, Thursday 5 December 1996 -- The Common Declaration by Pope John Paul II and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rome, San Gregorio al Celio, 5 December 1996 -- Reflections on the Visit of the Archbishop of Canterbury to His Holiness, Pope John Paul II / John Hind, Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe and Chairman of the Faith and Order Advisory Group.
Also laid in with booklet is a colour postcard (ca. 8 1/4 x 6 in.) of the Pope and Archbishop. Same photo used on cover of booklet.
Added Entry
Rosenthal, James M. (James Milton), 1951-
Common Declaration
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005
Hind, John (John William), 1945-
A new spirit: the Archbishop of Canterbury's visit to Rome 1996
Murphy-O'Connor, Cormac, 1932-2017
Santer, Mark, 1936-
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion
Church of England - Relations - Catholic Church
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC)
Ecumenical movement - Anglican Communion
Ecumenical movement - Catholic Church
ISBN
1-901559-00-9
Call Number
BX 5004.2 A5 N4 1997
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Woman's Auxiliary fonds. - 1883-1974

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Main Entry
Woman's Auxiliary of the Anglican Church of Canada
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
5.6 m of textual and graphic materials
Fonds Number
007
Fonds
Woman's Auxiliary fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
5.6 m of textual and graphic materials
Administrative History
The Woman’s Auxiliary was founded in April 1885 “for the promotion of missionary effort”. The first president was Margaret Medley, wife of the Bishop of Fredericton and Archbishop of the Province of Canada. Roberta E. Tilton of Ottawa was the major force in organizing both diocesan and parochial branches and in promoting the affiliation of existing groups and societies. The “Letter Leaflet” was a monthly publication first produced in the Diocese of Toronto. It expanded and became the W.A.’s official publication and in 1923 it was renamed “The Living Message”. The W.A. was reorganized in 1908 following the founding of the Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (MSCC) to conform to the structure of General Synod. Caroline M. Patterson Hall was elected president and the first meeting of the General Board was held in Winnipeg. Initially the work of the W.A. included mission education among Girls; Juniors and Little Helpers (Babies) branches; support of women working as missionaries and assistants in Japan (later China and India) and on Indian Reserves; Dorcas work and financial support for the education of missionaries children. A pension fund for women missionaries was established in 1910. In 1912 after several years of discussion the W.A. agreed to assume responsibility for work with women and children overseas. This included additional budgeted expenditures for evangelism, schools and hospitals. This agreement was extended to the Canadian mission field in 1919. In 1928 the general meeting became annual. Recognizing an expanded social service role in 1931 the W.A. added a clause to its Constitution governing its cooperation with the General Board of Religious Education (GBRE) and the Council for Social Service (CSS). In 1966 the constitution was amended and the Woman’s Auxiliary became the Anglican Church Women (ACW). Integration with General Synod was agreed as a national goal and took place in 1973. Since that time the organization exists by choice at the diocesan and parish levels.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of the constitution; minutes; legal records; reports; correspondence; missionary employment records; financial records; administration files; printed materials; photographs; scrapbooks; and audiovisual materials.
The fonds is arranged in the following series: Series 1. Minutes of the National Board of the Woman's Auxiliary and Anglican Church Women, 1889-1973; Series 2. Constitution of the Woman's Auxiliary and Anglican Church Women, 1885-1970; Series 3. Legal records, 1883-1968; Series 4. Annual Meeting Reports, 1886-1973; Series 5. Executive Committee Minutes of the National Board of the Woman's Auxiliary and Anglican Church Women, 1886-1973; Series 6. Records of the W.A. President, 1885-1960; Series 7. Records of the Corresponding Secretary, 1890-1948; Series 8. Records of the Recording Secretary, 1918, 1929; Series 9. Records of the Dorcas Secretary, 1886-1964; Series 10. General, 1886-1962; Series 11. Literature and Supply, 1913; Series 12. Junior and Little Helpers, 1926-1964; Series 13. Committees, 1893-1974; Series 14. Missionaries, 1891-1961; Series 15. Finance records, 1887-1971; Series 16. Anglican Church Women Administration Files, 1969-1974; Series 17. Printed Materials, 1886-1971; Series 18. Diocesan Reports, 1885-1974.
Related Fonds
Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (MSCC) fonds
Anglican Women's Training College (AWTC) fonds
Main Entry
Woman's Auxiliary of the Anglican Church of Canada
Corporate Name
Church of England Woman's Auxiliary to Missions
Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of Domestic and Foreign Missions of the Church of England in Canada
Woman's Auxiliary to the Church of England in Canada
Woman's Auxiliary of the Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church Women
Subjects
Missionaries - Women
Accession Number
GS76-15; GS87-19; M2011-10
P7562; P8402; P8439
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