I have recently had the opportunity of compiling lists of (1) the Occasional Papers of the Society, (2) the Pamphlets published by the Society and (3) the Lectures given to the Society (or in the case of the Covid period, prepared but not read).

Only those in bold type are still in print and available, although in the case of some there are very few left.

Occasional Papers are now all £12 each inclusive of post, £20 for two. To be sent abroad they are £22 each because of the high cost of postage.

Pamphlets and lectures are all £5 each inclusive of post, £8 abroad.

They can be ordered from me, Michael Yelton, at 211 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8RN, or via my email michaelyelton@achs.org.uk

If you are ordering pamphlets or lectures, it is worth checking in advance to see if the stock is still available.

Money can be remitted by cheque payable to the Society or by online banking direct to the Society’s account (sort code 09-01-55, account number 06043088).

This month's featured publication...

The Society’s latest book is Father Briscoe of Bagborough: an English Catholic in Somerset by Keith Penny.

This is not just a priest biography. In Father Briscoe of Bagborough, Keith Penny carefully explores a form of Anglo-Catholicism in Somerset, doctrinally Western but in its practices rooted in The Book of Common Prayer. Its proponent wrote extensively on rural ministry, conducted many retreats, reformed offending clergy, spoke at local and national congresses, and latterly opposed changes in Anglican moral teaching. For over thirty years he maintained a correspondence with John Ninian Comper, whose beautiful work at St Pancras, Bagborough, is illustrated by some splendid colour photographs, specially taken.

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