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The Society’s occasional papers are soft-bound and illustrated.

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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 A life of the founder of the Walsingham shrine with many unpublished pictures. 1st ed., 2007, 98 pp.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 Books 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 (Out of print)

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

St Silas, Pentonville: the First 150 Years, by Michael Yelton, £10.00