"Edited with an Introduction, by R. William Franklin".
"Foreword by Hugh Montefiore".
"Also published by Anglican Theological Review Vol. LXXVIII. No. 1, Winter 1996".
"First published in 1996 in the UK by Mowbray, a Cassell imprint". First American edition published in 1996 by Morehouse Publishing, P.O. Box 1321, Harrisburg, PA 17105". -- verso of t.-p.
Contents: Foreword / Hugh Montefiore -- Introduction : The Opening of the Vatican Archives and the ARCIC Process / R. William Franklin -- 'Apostolicae Curae' and the Snares of Tradition / George H. Tavard -- "To the Intent that these Orders may be Continued": an Anglican theology of Holy Orders / Stephen Sykes -- A New Context : ARCIC and Afterwards / Edward Yarnold -- The Liturgical Consequences of 'Apostolicae Curae' for Anglican Ordination Rites / Paul F. Bradshaw -- Anglican Orders : An Ecumenical Context / Christopher Hill -- The Ordination of Women : A New Obstacle to the Recognition of Anglican Orders / Sara Butler -- A Response to Papers on 'Apostolicae Curae' / Joanne McWilliam -- The Dimension of Ecumenical Consensus in the Revision of Anglican Ordination Rites : A Response to Professor Bradshaw / J. Robert Wright -- A Roman Catholic Response / Jon Nilson -- Final Commentary / Frank T. Griswold -- English Text of 'Apostolicae Curae' -- English text of 'Saepius Officio'.
Colophon: Printed and bound in Great Britain by Redwood Books Ltd, Trowbridge, Wiltshire.
"Uniform with this volume: 'The Study of Anglicanism', Edited by Stephen Sykes and John Booty (SPCK/Fortress Press 1988)" -- p.[ii].
British edition has title: "The Anglican tradition : a handbook of sources". American edition has title: "The Anglican tradition : a collection of Anglican documents".
"In this collection of Anglican documents the editors have sought to show the continuity of the history of the Anglican Communion with that of the whole Church throughout the ages. .... Such a collection must be selective, but we have striven, in consultation with advisers in the Anglican provinces worldwide, to present a balanced and representative picture of those themes which have, in each generation, seemed important to Anglicans; and to do so against the fuller background of the perennial Christian concerns of faith and order. We have kept to a chronological arrangement as the most generally satisfactory, and provided topical and doctrinal indexes. For historical reasons, the bulk of the material from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries derives from the Church of England. But the other Anglican Provinces have contributed material which reflects their own particular concerns and which tells an essential part of the story". -- Intro., p. [xi].
Contents: Foreword dated June 1990 / Robert Cantuar , Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1980-91 -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Abbreviations -- Christian Beginnings, 96-451 -- One Church, 451-1054 -- The Maturing of Faith and Order, 1054-1520 -- The Sixteenth Century Emergency, 1520-1604 -- Harmony from Dissonance, 1604-1688 -- The Church in, and out of, England, 1688-1784 -- Mission Unlimited, 1784-1867 -- Anglican Communion, 1867-1967 -- Towards One Communion in One Church, 1967- -- Afterword dated October 1990 / George Bath and Wells, George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1991- -- Index of Scriptural References -- General Index.
"Presented to the Anglican Communion in recognition of the contribution of Bishop John Howe, Executive Officer of the Anglican Communion 1969-1971, and Secretary General, the Anglican Consultative Council, 1971-1982, and to The Lambeth Conference 1978 as an aid to its deliberation on Authority". -- p. .
Contents divided into three main parts.
Contents: Abbreviations -- Foreword / Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury -- 1. Introduction : Why Authority / S.W. Sykes -- Part One: The Theology of Authority -- 2. Ideology, Authority and Faith / John E. Skinner -- 3. The Grace of a Holy God; P.T. Forsyth and the Contemporary Church / R.C. Craston -- 4. The Authority of Love / E.W. Scott -- 5. Authority in the Church; Spiritual Freedom and the Corporate Nature of Faith / H.R. McAdoo -- 6. The Judicious Mr. Hooker and Authority in the Elizabethan Church / J.E. Booty -- Part Two: Anglican Structures and Usage -- 7. A Family Affair: The Pattern of Constitutional Authority in the Anglican Communion / P.H.E. Thomas -- 8. Towards a Theology and Practice of the Bishop-in-Synod / K.S. Chittleborough -- 9. The Making of a Tradition; Provincial Synod in the Church of the Province of Southern Africa / M. Nuttall -- 10. Take Thou Authority; an African Perspective / John S. Pobee -- 11. Collegiality and Conciliarity in the Anglican Communion / Gavin White -- Part Three: The Ecumenical Future of Authority -- 12. Ecumenical Dialogues and Authority / Gunther Gassmann -- 13. Anglicans, Roman Catholics and Authority / Johannes Willebrands -- 14. An Anglican Comment on Papal Authority in the Light of Recent Developments / J. Robert Wright -- 15. Catholicity and Authority in Anglican-Lutheran Relations / S.W. Sykes -- Appendix : The Meaning and Unity of the Anglican Communion (Lambeth 1948).
"The Rev. J. Robert Wright, D. Phil. (Oxon.), Professor of Church History at the General Theological Seminary in New York City and Historiographer of the Episcopal Church, is Theological Consultant to the Ecumenical Office of the Episcopal Church and was a member of the Drafting Committee that produced 'Called to Common Mission' (CCM). Copies of the authoritative text of the agreement, as well as a commentary and a question booklet, can be obtained from: The Ecumenical Office, Episcopal Church Center, 815 Second Ave., New York, NY 10017". -- p. 2.
"With the final and decisive vote of General Convention on 8 July 2000, the Episcopal Church entered the new relationship of 'full communion' with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (hereafter, ELCA) which establishes a shared ministry in the historic episcopate for the sake of common mission in proclaiming and serving the gospel on the basis of an agreed statement entitled 'Called to Mission: a Lutheran Proposal for Revision of the Concordat of Agreement' (hereafter, CCM)" (p. 2-3).
Contents: Prefatory Note -- Called to Common Mission: A View to the Future of Common Mission for The Episcopal Church and Lutheran Churches in America
"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.
"[E]dited by Robert Boak Slocum and Don S. Armentrout".
Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-249) and index.
"After years of discussion and some resistance, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in American and the Episcopal Church have begun a relationship of full communion, based on the document `Called to Common Mission'. .... This book contains a variety of essays and other documents that address in detail the hopes, the steps of progress, and the frustrations of discovering common mission. We believe that it is necessary to face squarely both the possibilities and challenges for this relationship of our churches to thrive. It is our prayer that the common mission of Lutherans and Episcopalians will go forward, and that the materials collected here will prove helpful". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface -- The Ecclesiology of `Called to Common Mission' / J. Robert Wright -- 'Called to Common Mission' and the Episcopate / Martin E. Marty -- The Historic Episcopate in the Context of Apostolic Succession / Mark Dyer -- 'Called to Common Mission' : Is it worth the tribulation ? / Jon S. Enslin -- Planting in Uncertain Stories : The Ritual of Ecumenical Life / J. Neil Alexander -- Bishops : Why Bother ?: The Chicago-Lambeth-Quadrilateral as Anglican Ecumenical Starting Point / Robert Boak Slocum -- 'Called to Common Mission' : Some Marginal Questions / Reginald H. Fuller -- The Lessons of 'Called to Common Mission' / George H. Tavard -- Steps to Common Mission : A Narrative Chronology / Don S. Armentrout -- Called to Commission [sic i.e. Common] Mission (The Document) -- Lutheran-Episcopal Festivals and Commemorations / Robert H. Busch -- Glossary.
"First edition September 1972. Copyright 1972 Ralph Thomas, S.A." -- verso of t.-p.
"Edited by Herbert J. Ryan and J. Robert Wright".
Includes bibliographical references.
"A frank discussion by experts from both sides of the seven major stumbling blocks to union". -- cover.
"This volume is designed to share with interested clergy and laity the results of informal and unofficial bilateral conversations between fourteen speakers and thirty-four representative participants of the Roman Catholic and Episcopal Churches in the United States which were held at Graymoor on May 8-12, 1972. .... The conversations, which were co-sponsored by the Graymoor Ecumenical Institute and the Episcopal Church Foundation, were in large measure a response to the visit of Dr. Michael Ramsey, the Archbishop of Canterbury, to Graymoor on January 26, 1972, to receive the Unity Award presented in memory of Father Paul James Francis, founder of the Society of the Atonement and pioneer apostle of Christian unity in the United States". -- Foreword.
Contents divided into seven main sections: Contours for Tomorrow -- Doctrinal Agreement -- Liturgical Convergence -- Ministry and Orders -- Papacy in the Church of the Future -- Regional Union -- Sociological and Cultural Factors.
Contents: Foreword / Ralph Thomas, S.A., Graymoor Ecumenical Institute -- The New Dynamics of Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue / Herbert J. Ryan -- Where We Have Been: Where We Are Going / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- Doctrinal Agreement in the Church / Arthur A. Vogel -- Reflections on Doctrinal Agreement / Avery Dulles -- An Anglican View / Thomas J. Talley -- A Roman Catholic View / John Gallen -- The Ministry in the New Testament / Reginald H. Fuller -- Roman Catholic Views on Ordained Ministry / John Linnan -- A Roman Catholic View / Henry G.J. Beck -- An Anglican Perspective / J. Robert Wright -- A Theological Approach / William F. Murphy -- A Planning Approach / Richard Gary -- A Sociologist Looks at Ecumenism / Eugene J. Schallert -- Unifying Roman Catholic and Episcopal Parishes / George A. Shipman -- Biographies -- References -- Participants -- Sponsors.
Caption title: Evangelism in Anglican perspective: with a comparison of Roman Catholic views.
"Clues is a series of papers on renewal and evangelism published by the Forward Movement in cooperation with the Office of Evangelism of the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church". -- p. 2.
"The concept of proclaiming the good news is at the heart not only of the New Testament but also of early church history. That is to say, that the earliest church, the patristic church, to which we Anglicans have looked so often with rose-tinted glasses of wonder and admiration, was consciously and intentionally 'evangelistic' in the general way that we too would use that word today". -- p. 3.
Contents divided into three main sections: I: The Early Church -- II: The Anglican Tradition -- III: Roman Catholic Views.
Contents: I: The Early Church -- Content of Evangelism --Conduct -- Allegiance -- Methods of Evangelism --II: The Anglican Tradition -- Historical Ambiguity -- Cultural Limitations -- Comprehensiveness -- Authority -- Appeal to Antiquity -- Liturgy and Sacraments -- III: Roman Catholic Views -- Who Evangelizes ? -- Proclaiming and Living.
A short note "About the author" and listing of CLUES series titles, nos. 1-4, on inside front cover, page .