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Lectures

The Society’s lectures are published as card booklets at £4.00, post-paid

1.

Inaugural Lecture: Prejudices & Perspectives—Anglo-Catholic History Reconsidered, Bishop Geoffrey Rowell. (Out of print)

2.

Tractarian Architecture on the Ground, Roderick Gradidge. (Out of print)

3.

British Museum Religion—Percy Dearmer in Context. (Out of print)

4.

Head Lice & Diamonds—The Birth of the Sisterhoods. (Out of print)

5.

A Lost Hero of the Faith, Richard Kerr Kirkpatrick, 1821-1916

6.

Sacramentalism & Pastoral Care—The Oxford Movement and the Anglican Pastoral Tradition, Peter Davie.(Out of print)

7.

The Quest for Travers, Yelton & Rodney Warrener. (Out of print)

8.

The Fantasy of Reunion—The Rise & Fall of the Association for the promotion of the Unity of Christendom, Mark Chapman.

9.

Charles Gore—Radical Theologian and Defender of the Faith, P. Avis.

10.

Donnish, Unrealistic or Even Insincere—Sir Will Spens & Liberal Anglo-Catholicism 1900-1940, Alan Pigott. (Out of print)

11.

Archbishop William Laud: A Study in Failure? Kenneth Fincham. (Out of print)

12.

William Dodsworth 1798-1861: Tractarianism in London, Stephen Young.

13.

A Glimpse of Heaven. The Kebles at Fairford, Hugh Greenhalf.

14.

The Outer Limits of the Church of England, Michael Yelton. (Out of print)

15.

Being High Church in the Early 18th Century, William Jacob.

16.

Church and Party: Anglo-Catholicism and Prayer Book Revision, J.Maiden.

17.

Priests Pineapples and Prostitutes, St Peter’s, London Docks.(Out of print)

18.

Mr Purchas and the ProtestantsL How the Battle of Brighton Undermined the Evangelical Crusade Against the Ritualists, C. Sandeman-Allen.

19.

Communicants Guilds in the Late 19th Century: Anglo-Catholicism in the Parishes, Dr Jeremy Morris. (Out of print)

20.

Anglo-Catholicism and the Orthodox East: William Birkbeck and the Quest for Unity 1888-1916, Dr Jeffrey Bibbee.

21.

Their Proper Place. Archbishop Lang and Anglo-Catholicism 1928-1942, Fr Robert Beaken.(Out of print)

22.

Anglo-Catholicism, Theology and the Arts 1918-1970, Webster.

23.

Hymns and the Anglo-Catholic Revival, Hilary Davidson.

24.

Canon Liddon and the Priestly Ideal, Fr Barry Orford. (Out of print)

25.

A Tale of Two Monasteries: Kelham and Mirfield, Alan Wilkinson.

26.

J.H. Shorthouse: Anglo-Catholic Novelist, Raymond Chapman.

27.

The Liturgical Legacy of Dom Gregory Dix, Simon Jones.

28.

The Lampeter Movement 1887-1957, Grant Lambert Naylor.

29.

Preserving the Thaxted Tradition, Professor Arthur Burns.

30.

The Victorian Persecution: Anglo-Catholicism and Martyrdom, Dr Dominic Janes.

31.

Canon Peter Green (1871-1961): Priest, Evangelist and Writer, Bishop Frank Sargeant.

32.

Anglo-Catholicism and the Universities’; Mission to Central Africa, Dr John Stuart.

33.

Henry Edward Manning: From Lavington to Westminster, James Pereiro.

34.

Methodist Responses to Anglo-Catholicism in Victorian and Edwardian England, Martin Wellings.

35.

Father Atlay’s Congress: The First Anglo-Catholic Congress 1920, Canon Gunstone. 23 pp + 6 pp illustrations. (Out of print)

36.

Father Gresham Kirkby 1916-2006: Priest of the Kingdom of God, Kenneth Leech. A5 illustrated booklet, 24 pp (Out of print)

37.

Barbara Pym and Anglo-Catholicism, Tim Burnett.

38.

The French Connection: French Catholic Influences upon Anglo-Catholicism in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century, Peter Davie.

39.

Society of Retreat Conductors: A History, John Tyers.

40.

The Oxford Movement and the United States of America, Dr Peter Nockles.

41.

Icons and Anglo-Catholics, Stephen Stavrou.

42.

Anglo-Catholicism in the Sunburnt Country: Australia 1840-2012, David Hilliard. (Out of print)

43.

Athelstan Riley and the Lost World of Anglo-Catholicism, William Davage.

44.

The Marquis d’Oisy: Aesthete, Exotic and Enigma, Dr Julian Litten.

45.

The Place of Archbishop Richard Neile (1562-1640) in Anglican History, Dr Andrew Foster.

46.

Father Robert Dolling, Canon Terry Louden.

47.

The Place of Meeting: Anglo-Catholicism and the First World War, Dr Robert Beaken.

48.

Isaac Williams: The Principle of Reserve and the Oxford Movement, Dr John Boneham.

49.

Catgut and Iron: Father Benson and the Cowley Fathers, Bishop Geoffrey Rowell.

50.

Gilbert Hunter Doble: Cornish Anglo-Catholicism in a Celtic Context, Dr Elizabeth Macfarlane.

51.

Anglo-Catholicism in Ghana, Canon Andrew Grant.

Note: Photocopies of out-of-print booklets may be supplied at £10.00 each, post-free.

Occasional Papers

All soft bound and illustrated. Prices include postage & packing in UK and EC; postage ouside UK and Europe is quoted on an individual basis according to destination and carriage (surface or air).

Alfred Hope Patten: his life and times in pictures, by Michael Yelton. A life of the founder of the Walsingham shrine with many unpublished pictures. 1st ed., 2007, 98 pp. Reprint available only from the Shrine Shop at Walsingham: www.shrineshoponline.co.uk Also there is further information on the Latest Publications page of this site.

Ernest Charles Shearman (1859-1939): an Anglo-Catholic architect, by John Salmon. A pioneering volume on one of the last Gothic architects.1st ed., 2009, 194 pp, £15.00

One Part of London: aspects of Anglo-Catholicism in Camden, by Michael Farrer. An account involving many famous churches, and the author’s own reminiscences. 1st ed., 2009, 148 pp, £10.00

The Twenty One: an Anglo-Catholic Rebellion in London, 1929 by Michael Yelton. The stand taken by incumbents against Bishop Winnington-Ingram. 1st ed., 2009, 92 pp (Out of print)

Mother Agnes of Leeds: Agnes Logan Stewart 1820-86, by Stephen Savage. A short life of a pioneering religious who was a protégé of Dr Pusey. 1st ed., 2007, 32 pp, £5.00

St Saviour’s Hoxton: An Extraordinary Story, by Michael Farrer. A lost East London ‘Anglo-Papal’ parish. 1st ed., 2002, 44 pp, illustrated (Out of print)

The South India Controversy and the Converts of 1955-56: An Episode in Recent History. 1st ed., 2010, illustrated, 80 pp, £8.00

Robert Linklater SSC: a life, with memories of Father Lowder, by Peter Marr. The interesting and varied life of a nineteenth-century priest with detail on East London under Father Lowder. 1st ed., 2006, 122 pp, illustrated (Out of print)

Father Wilson of Haggerston: a life simply offered, by Trevor Jones. Revised and enlarged life of a famous slum priest in the East End of London. 2nd ed., 2008, revised with many new illustrations, 64 pp, £6.00

A Complete Parish Priest: Peter Green (1871-1961, by Frank P. Sargeant. Life and work of a well-known priest in a poor parish in Salford, Greater Manchester. 1st ed., 2011, illustrated softback, 156 pp. The book is now out of print as a hard copy but available as an eBook. Contact Amazon for a Kindle edition here.

Mission Accomplished: Five Lost Churches of Leeds, by Stephen Savage. Illustrated softback, 146 pp, £12.00

The Church of the Holy Spirit, Beeston Hill, Leeds, by Stephen Savage, 2012, colour illustrated softback, 78 pp, £9.00

Dispatches from the Home Front, by Bishop Frank Sargeant. An extended review of Canon Peter Green’s Manchester Guardian articles, published during the First World War.Foreword by the Dean of Manchester, Rogers Govender. Copies for non-members are available from the Society at £5.00 post-free. Download an order form here.

More Empty Tabernacles: Another Twelve Lost Churches of London, by Michael Yelton, 2014. softback, 158 pp, illustrated, £12.00

Anglican Abbott: Dom Denys Prideaux by Aidan Harker, Sometime Monk of Nashdom Abbey, 2016, softback, 197 pp, illustrated, £18.00

 
 

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