"[By] Arthur Michael Ramsey, D.D., Archbishop of York".
"The Hale Memorial Lectures of Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, 1959".
"Copyright 1960 The Hale Foundation. Published in England under the title, From Gore to Temple". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliography and index.
"It is often said that a new era in Anglican thought began with the publication of 'Lex Mundi' in 1889, and it is no less certain that this era ended when the Second World War began in 1939. It has been my aim in this series of Hale Lectures to trace the development of Anglican theology in this era, now that twenty years have passed since its conclusion and we are able to see it in perspective". -- Preface, p. vii.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Preface dated Bishopthorpe, November 1959 / Michael Ebor. -- 'Lux Mundi' -- The Incarnation, Man and Nature -- The Incarnation and Kenosis -- The Doctrine of the Cross -- Modernism -- Creed and Subscription -- Liberal Catholicism -- The Holy Catholic Church -- The Recovery of the Bible -- William Temple -- Epilogue -- Appendix A: The Influence of Albert Schweitzer -- Appendix B: The Fall and Original Sin in Anglican Thought -- Appendix C: The Trinity in Anglican Theology -- Appendix D: Gore and Rashdall on the Trinity -- Index of Subjects -- Index of Names.
The Hale memorial lectures of Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, 1959
"Distributed in Canada by The Anglican Book Centre, 600 Jarvis Street, Toronto 5, Ontario. Distributed in Great Britain by S.P.C.K., Holy Trinity Church, Marylebone Rd., London N.W. 1. Distributed in the U.S.A. by The Seabury Press, 825 Second Avenue, New York, N.Y., 10017". -- verso of t.-p.
"Printed and bound in Canada by T.H. Best Printing Company Limited, December 1963". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references.
"The following pages contain what I sincerely hope is a fair account of the Anglican Congress of 1963. In addition to the sermons and formal addresses, reproduced in as accurate and definitive a form as time and circumstances permit. I have included both the group 'findings' as officially reported to the full Congress and a wide selection of informal speeches and comments made in the plenary sessions or sent in from the groups. I have also attempted a brief preliminary interpretation of the Congress as I saw it and felt its impact. It was the express wish of the Editorial Committee that the record of the Toronto Congress should include these elements of personal reporting and commentary and I have tried to carry out my assignment without worrying unduly about the criticisms that such an impressionistic account must necessarily invite". -- Preface, p. xv.
Contents divided into five main parts: Part One: Anglican Congress, 1963 -- Part Two: The Church's Mission to the World -- Part Three: The Church in Action -- Part Four: The Challenge of the Frontiers -- Part Five: After the Congress ... What ?
Contents of prefatory material: Congress Prayer -- Churches of the Anglican Communion -- Table of Contents -- Foreword / The Most Reverend Howard Hewlett Clark -- Preface dated Trinity College, Toronto, Canada, November 15, 1963 / E.R.F.
Contents of Part One: Call to Reformation / The Editor -- The Opening of the Congress: The Congress Assemblies -- Sermons at the Opening Service / Howard Hewlett Clark and Arthur Michael Ramsey.
Contents of Part Two: Theme One: The Church's Mission to the World: On the Religious Frontier -- Theme Address / M.A.C. Warren -- Panel -- Islam / A Kenneth Cragg -- Totalitarianism, Communism, Secularism / Robert R. Browne -- Buddhism / Y. Endo -- Sectarianism and Divided Christendom, the African Situation / C.E. Tuboku-Metzger -- What Was Said Later / A. Kenneth Cragg -- Theme Two: The Church's Mission to the World: On the Political Frontier -- Theme Address / John W. Sadiq -- Panel -- International Affairs / Philip Mason -- Social Justice / A.C. MacInnes -- Racism / T.O. Olufosoye -- Hunger, Poverty, Rapid Social Change / Janet Lacey -- What Was Said Later / C.E. Crowther, Francis T. West, Richard S. Emrich -- Theme Three: The Church's Mission to the World, On the Cultural Frontier -- Theme Address / John Lawrence -- Panel -- Changing Concepts of Man / E.R. Wickham -- The Image of Christianity in the Modern East / Chandu Ray -- Urbanization. Industrialization, Automation / W.G. Pollard -- Mass Society and the Mass Media / Malcolm Boyd -- What Was Said Later / W.G. Pollard, E.R. Wickham, W.G. Pollard, Philip Mason, Janet Lacey.
Contents of Part Three: Mission as Our Common Task / F.D. Coggan -- Mutual Responsibility and Interdependence in the Body of Christ : A Message from the Primates and Metropolitans of the Anglican Communion -- Commentary / A.M. Ramsey, David M. Goto, Richard R. Roseveare, John W. Sadiq, Stephen F. Bayne -- What Was Said Later / Mark Gibbs -- Pictures -- Sermons at the Mass Meeting of Missionary Witness / K.D.W. Anand, Roland Koh, John C. Vockler.
Contents of Part Four: Theme Four: The Challenge of the Frontiers: Training for Action -- Theme Address / F.C. Synge -- Panel -- Theological Education / Alan Richardson -- Stewardship / Richard S. Emrich -- Vocation and Enlistment / E.G. Knapp-Fisher -- Training of the Laity / A.M. Stockwood -- What Was Said Later / F.C. Synge, Alan Richardson, E.G. Knapp-Fisher, W.G.H. Simon, Sospeter Magua, Mpiwa Mbatha, Dale Pederson, Victor G. Shearburn -- Theme Five: The Challenge of the Frontiers: Organizing for Action -- Theme Address / Stephen F. Bayne -- Panel -- Internal Structure and Organization / H.L.J. de Mel -- Manpower / Walter H. Gray -- Strategy / W.G.H. Simon -- Pooling Information and Combined Operations / Peter N. Harvey -- What Was Said Later / Stephen F. Bayne, Peter N. Harvey, F.D. Coggan -- Theme Six: The Vocation of the Anglican Communion -- Theme Address / Howard A. Johnson -- Panel -- The Anglican Communion in Ireland / G.O. Simms -- The Anglican Heritage and the Common Christian Calling / William R. Coleman -- Unity Within the Anglican Communion / H.M. Waddams -- The Anglican Church in the Ecumenical Movement in Pakistan / Priobala Mangat-Rai -- What Was Said Later / J.C. Fowler.
Contents of Part Five: Some Unfinished Business: Notes on the Closing Sessions of the Congress -- Christian Morality / L.J. Beecher, H.L.J. de Mel, R.S. Emrich, Mrs. Ronald Hallifax, Miss A. Devitt -- The Second Vatican Council / C.H.W. de Soysa, James A. Pike, Arthur A. Vogel -- The Closing Day's Business / A.M. Ramsey -- The Congress Message -- The Closing Service: Sermon at the Closing Service / Joost de Blank -- Congress Committees -- List of Delegates -- Directory of Congress Participants.
"Copyright The Central Board of Finance of the Church of England, 1966". -- verso of t.-p.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain by Brown, Knight and Truscott.
In English, Latin and French.
"The addresses here reprinted were given in Rome on 22, 23 and 24 March 1966 during the visit of the Most Reverend Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury, to His Holiness Pope Paul VI. The Archbishop was the Pope's guest from 22 March to 24 March  and was housed in the Venerable English College. On the first evening he visited and blessed the new Anglican Centre in the Doria Palace, and one the successive mornings he celebrated the Eucharist at the Anglican churches of All Saints, Via del Babbuino, and St. Paul's, Via Napoli". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword -- Address by the Archbishop of Canterbury to Pope Paul VI on 23 March  / [Michael Ramsey] -- Latin Translation -- Address [in Latin] by Pope Paul VI to the Archbishop of Canterbury on 23 March  / [Paul VI] --English Translation -- Service of Prayer Held in the Basilica of St. Paul Without-the-Walls, on 24 March  -- The Common Declaration Made at the Service of Prayer by Pope Paul VI and the Archbishop of Canterbury -- Latin Translation -- Address [in French] by Cardinal Bea to the Archbishop of Canterbury on 23 March  / [Augustin Bea] -- English Translation -- Reply by the Archbishop of Canterbury to Cardinal Bea on 23 March  / [Michael Ramsey] -- Address by the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Opening of the New Anglican Centre on 22 March  / [Michael Ramsey].
Be Still and Know was first published by Fount Paperbacks, London, in 1982, and Seabury Press, new York, in 1983 -- verso of t.-p.
"This book has a single theme, but its two parts are difference in form. The first is a study of the Prayer of Jesus and the understanding of prayer in St. Paul, St. John and the Letter to the Hebrews as well as in the story of the Transfiguration. The second part is more directly pastoral in form, and deals with some of the practical aspects of Christian praying, with a digression on some lessons from the English Mystics of the fourteenth century and the Spanish Mystics of the sixteenth, in the belief that they speak to our contemporary world" -- Preface.
"First printing, March 1986. Second Printing, October 1999" -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"A compendium of the most important documents that have resulted from the Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue. .... this publication was developed by the U.S. Catholic bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs and the Ecumenical Office of the Episcopal Church." -- blurb on back cover of "Common Witness".
"Significant agreements and statements have not been made just by the National Commission in the United States and by the International Commission; important developments have occurred in other areas of the world also. So it is that, in presenting this collection of documents, a number of items from other countries are included. All of the documents in this collection have been previously published, but not many of our readers will have ready access to the variety of periodicals and publications within which the contents of this volume are found. The documents are presented in chronological order, but, of course, more documentation is omitted than included". -- Intro. p. 2.
Contents: Introduction signed: Raymond W. Lessard, Bishop of Savannah [and] Arthur A. Vogel, Bishop of West Missouri --  1966: The Common Declaration by Pope Paul VI and the Archbishop of Canterbury: 1966 --  1967: ARC IV Statement on the Eucharist --  1968: The Malta Report : Report of the Anglican/Roman Catholic Joint Preparatory Commission after meeting at Gazzada (9-13 January 1967), Huntercombe Manor (31 August to 4 September 1967), and Malta (30 December 1967 to 3 January 1968) --  1968: Letter from His Eminence Augustin Cardinal Bea to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury --  1968: Lambeth Conference 1968 Section Report --  1969: Pope Paul VI Remarks on the Canonization of the Uganda Martyrs --  1969: The Nature of Baptism and Its Place in the Life of the Church : A Common Statement by the Joint Study Group of Representatives of the Roman Catholic and Scottish Episcopal Churches --  1969: ARC VII Statement --  1970: Cardinal Willebrands' Address in Cambridge, England --  1970: Pope Paul VI Remarks at Canonization of Forty Martyrs --  1971: Archbishop Ramsey's Response to the Forty Martyrs Address --  1972: Doctrinal Agreement and Christian Unity: Methodological Considerations --  1972: Prospects for Anglican-Roman Catholic Relations : A Lecture delivered by Cardinal Willebrands --  1973: The Ecclesial Nature of the Eucharist : A Report by the Joint Study Group of Representatives of the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland and the Scottish Episcopal Church --  1974: Covenants --  1975: Commission on the Theology of Marriage and Its Application to Mixed Marriages : Final Report --  1975: Correspondence between the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Pope on the Ordination of Women --  1975: Anglican/Roman Catholic Commission in the U.S.A. Agreed Statement on the Purpose of the Church --  1975: Anglican/Roman Catholic Commission in the U.S.A. Statement on the Ordination of Women --  1977: Common Declaration by Pope Paul VI and the Archbishop of Canterbury --  1977: Anglican/Roman Catholic Commission in the U.S.A. Where We Are: A Challenge for the Future : A Twelve-Year Report --  1978: Archbishop of Canterbury's Westminster Cathedral Address --  1978: ARC Joint Consultation : Versailles Report --  1978: Lambeth Conference : Select Resolutions --  1979: Priesthood and the Eucharist : A Common Statement by the Joint Study Group of Representatives of the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland and the Scottish Episcopal Church --  1981: Rome and Canterbury : Lenten Address by the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Robert Runcie --  1981: Practical Implications of the Anglican View of Authority : From the Statement of the Meeting of Primates of the Anglican Communion held in Washington, D.C., May 1, 1981 --  1981: Final Recommendations from the Anglican/Roman Catholic Leaders Conference --  1981: The Final Report : Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission --  1982: Unity Without Absorption : Lecture on Anglican-Roman Catholic Relations by the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Robert Runcie --  1982: Statements of Archbishop Runcie and Pope John Paul II at Canterbury --  1982: Common Declaration of Pope John Paul II and the Archbishop of Canterbury --  1983: The Five-Year Report : A Reflective Review of Five Joint Studies Produced by the EDEO/NADEO Study Committee 1978-1983 --  1983: Images of God : Reflections on Christian Anthropology --  Undated: The Fellowship of St. Gregory and St. Augustine.
"This book is written for those who are in the ordained ministry, those who are preparing for it and those who are ready think about its inner meaning. It is written with awareness of the widespread questionings about the priesthood which are prominent today. But while many books are written about the changing forms of the priest's work and role this book tries specifically to deal with the priest's inner life amidst the changes which surround him. Most of the chapters are charges given before the ordinations at Canterbury in recent years, while some are addresses given on other occasions to ordinands or to clergy. None of the chapters have been published before". -- Intro.
Ramsey is "especially concerned with the intellectual and devotional life of the Christian minister in an increasingly materialist and self-sufficient world, though a note of deep pastoral care (not least for the doubter and skeptic) runs throughout. Focusing on four basic marks of priesthood which remain unchangeable -- the priest as Teacher, as Minister of Reconciliation, as Man of Prayer, and as 'Man of the Eucharist' -- the Archbishop shows how each of them is shaped by the particular theological, political, and social patterns of our age". -- back cover.
Contents: Introductory -- Why the Priest ? -- Man of Prayer -- Preaching God Today -- Preaching Jesus Today -- The Priest and Politics -- The Priest as Absolver -- Christ's Doctrine and Discipline -- The Ordination Gospel -- St. Peter's Charge -- Divine Humility -- Fret not thyself because of the Ungodly -- Sorrow and Joy -- Epilogue: The Bishop.