"Copyright A.R. Mowbray and Co. Limited 1959. First published in 1959. Third impression, 1963". -- verso of t.-p.
"[T]he essential quality of Anglicanism is to be found in a temper of mind -- almost an ethos -- which is easily recognizable even if it is less easy to define. If this is true then the essays in this book have a real importance, for they describe, in different ways, what the contributors found so attractive in the Anglican Church that they chose to give their allegiance to it rather than to any other part of the Catholic Church. .... These 'converts' did not choose Christianity lightly, nor did they find their home within the Anglican Communion without prayerful thought. The personal experiences which they describe so movingly have therefore a very real importance for us all:". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Robert Londin i.e. Robert W. Stopford, Bishop of London -- Robert Gordon Arthur -- Anthony Barker -- Joost de Blank -- Emod Brunner -- Selwyn Gummer -- Herbert Arthur Hodges -- Roland Koh -- Emmanuel Amand de Mendieta -- William Moelwyn Merchant -- Hugh William Montefiore -- John William Reinhardt -- Leonard Mayo Schiff -- Athene Seyler -- William Purcell Witcutt -- John Wren-Lewis.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain by A..R. Mowbray and Co. Limited in the City of Oxford.