Rt. Rev. Henry (Harry) Robert Hunt, third Suffragan Bishop of Toronto, has represented the Anglican Church of Canada at a number of international conferences, such as the World Council of Churches meeting in New Delhi, India, in 1961. He is chairman or member of numerous General Synod committees and was actively associated with the planning of the 1963 Anglican Congress.
Born at Brantford, Ontario, September 13, 1901, he is an M.A. of the University of Toronto and a graduate in theology of Wycliffe College, obtaining his B.D. in 1931. Following his ordination he held posts in rural areas of the Diocese of Toronto and in 1935 started a 14-year term as rector of St. John's Church, West Toronto. From 1949 until 1954 he was rector of the Church of the Redeemer, Toronto, and then became the first full-time general secretary of General Synod. He was consecrated Suffragan Bishop of Toronto, January 6, 1960. Wycliffe College conferred the honorary degree of doctor of divinity on Bishop Hunt in 1955. He is married and has two sons and a daughter.
"[By] The Reverend Canon A.R. Kelley ... and The Reverend D.B. Rogers".
"[W]ith foreword by The Most Reverend H.H. Clark ... Primate of All Canada".
"Published 1961 by The Department of Religious Education, The Anglican Church of Canada, 600 Jarvis St., Toronto 5". -- verso of t.-p.
"Printed at Oshawa by General Printers". -- verso of t.-p.
Continues: volume , The Anglican episcopate of Canada and Newfoundland by Owsley Robert Rowley. Milwaukee: Morehouse, c1928. Followed by: volume 2, by A.R. Kelley and D.B. Rogers. Toronto: Anglican Church of Canada, , volume 3, edited by David J. Carter and John W. Carter. Toronto: Anglican Book Centre, 1977; volume IV, by Michael Peers. Toronto, Anglican Book Centre, 2009.
"This volume is a supplement to the book entitled 'The Anglican Episcopate of Canada and Newfoundland' prepared by Owsley Robert Rowley ... That book gave information ... down to and including The Most Reverend Louis Ralph Sherman ... who was consecrated on February 24th, 1927. This present volume continues the record from that time to the year 1960. It will include the bishops of Newfoundland for the same period because the Diocese of Newfoundland has been an integral part of the Anglican Church of Canada since September 7th, 1949." -- Intro.
Contents: Primatial Cross [photo] -- Foreword / Howard Rupert's Land i.e. Clark -- Introduction -- Supplement to Volume 1: 1787-1928 -- Bishops of the Anglican Church of Canada: 1928-1960 -- Primates and Metropolitans: 1787-1960 -- Dioceses of the Anglican Church of Canada in order of Foundation: 1787-1960 -- Succession of Bishops: 1787-1960 -- Translations of Bishops -- Resignation of Bishops -- Statistics of the Anglican Church of Canada: 1927 and 1958 [for Clergy, Lay Readers, Churches, Communicants] -- Index to Volumes I and II.
"I heartily recommend this admirable history of the Diocese of Montreal to all our members. It is published to mark the first century in Synodical administration." -- Foreward.
Contents: Archives' Committee [Convenor: Rev. S.L. Pollard] -- Foreward [sic] / John Montreal i.e. John Harkness Dixon, Bishop of Montreal -- Preface / J.I.C. -- Table of Contents -- [Table of] Illustrations -- The Beginning, 1760-1789 -- Montreal in the Diocese of Nova Scotia: The Coming of Bishop Charles Inglis, 1789 -- Montreal in the Diocese of Quebec: The Pioneer Bishops, Jacob Mountain and Charles James Stewart; 1793-1825, 1826-1837 -- George Jehosphaphat Mountain, Bishop of Montreal, 1836-1850; The Institution of the Title without the Diocese -- Sabrevois -- The Consecration of Francis Fulford, the First Bishop of Montreal, 1850 -- Fulford's Montreal -- The Fulford Inheritance -- Sede Vacante -- Aston Oxenden: The Second Spring, 1869-1878 -- Schools and the Church -- William Bennett Bond: Bishop, Metropolitan; Primate; 1879-1906 -- Works of Mercy -- The Church's Right Arm -- The Origins of the WA -- The Fourth Bishop James Carmichael, 1906-1908 -- Anglicanism in the Lumber Districts -- The Early Episcopate of John Cragg Farthing, 1909-1914 -- The Hebrew Christian Mission -- Montreal Anglicanism in War and Peace -- The Fellowship of the West: The Colonization Movement -- Bishop Carlisle: Bishop Dixon -- The Religious Orders -- The State of the Diocese, 1950-1960 -- Bibliographical Note -- Appendix A: Bishops; Deans; Archdeacons -- Appendix B: Canons -- Appendix C: Rural Deans -- Appendix D: Officers of Synod -- Appendix E: Members of the Executive Committee -- Appendix F: Churches and Missions -- Appendix G: Ordinations, 1850-1960 -- Appendix H: Clergy List, 1760-1960 -- Appendix I: Deaconesses; Officers of the Church Army -- Appendix J: Lay Readers, 1870-1960 -- Appendix K: Periodicals Published in the Diocese.
This copy, originally owned and catalogued by United Church Archives, purchased secondhand and catalogued to replace OTCH copy MISSING from shelf as of December 2009.