"Copyright 1965 by Morehouse-Gorham Co., New York. English Edition first published in October, 1956. Second Impression August 1957". -- verso of t.-p.
American edition with title: Canterbury pilgrims and why they chose the Episcopal Church. New York: Morehouse-Gorham, 1956.
"I am very glad to welcome an English edition of this book. The Anglican fellowship of Churches is a missionary but not a proselytising body .... Yet its doors are always open; and from the time of the Reformation onwards it has attracted a surprising number of eminent men and women ... who have not been able to find a home in either the Roman or the Protestant form of the Christian faith. .... Every reader of this book is, I think, bound to be impressed by the sincerity of those who have shared with us some steps in their strangely varied spiritual pilgrimages." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction dated 18th June 1956 / Stephen Neill, Bishop -- Foreword dated The Deanery, New York City, Feast of St. Augustine of Canterbury [26 May] 1955 / James A. Pike -- John H. Hallowell -- W.H. Auden -- Antonio D. Marquez -- Donald Slesinger -- D.R. Davies -- Theodore O. Wedel -- W.G. Peck -- Joseph Wittkofski --- Samuel J. Wylie -- Kathleen Bliss -- Owen C. Thomas -- Emani Sambayya -- William A. Spurrier, III -- Eduard Heimann -- Michael Allen -- Enrico C.S. Molnar -- Hoxie Neale Fairchild -- William H. Baar -- Michael Budzanoski -- Chad Walsh -- Howard A. Johnson -- William G. Pollard -- James A. Pike.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain by Bradford and Dickens, London, W.C.I.