Show menu
CFR-RC-53 ~ Background for the Versailles Consulatation
Document data


Protocol: CFR-RC-53
Type: Miscellaneous documents
Collection: ARCCOW
Lambeth Library: CFR/6/3/1/53


Permanent URL

iarccum.org/doc/?d=1335
This permanent URL may be used in print publications to link to this document page.


Protocol numbers

Many of the documents in this collection have been assigned a protocol number, eg. ARCIC-44. These simply indicate that the document was distributed to the commission members. They do not signify provenance.


Copyright

Copyright in minutes, statements, and other core papers is owned by the relevant Commission and requests for extensive quotation or use should be directed to the co-Chairs. However, copyright in papers by named authors remains with the author.

Papers relating to an Anglican-Roman consultation meeting on the ordination of women held at Versailles Feb-March 1978, including: list of delegates; pencil notes (by the Revd. Christopher Hill?) of the meeting (ff.1-42); briefing papers including “The Anglican Experience of Authority” by James E. Griffiss, Professor of Theology, Nashotah House (ff.43-49), and “The Imperative of Intercommunion” by James E. Griffiss in “Nashotah Review” vol.13, no.1 (ff.50-55); bibliography of material on the ordination of women (ff.56-63); copy of Report of Actions taken by the Anglican Church of Canada relating to the Ordination of Women to the Presbyterate”, 30 June 1976, and other comments by Archbishop Edward W. Scott (ff.64-74); Report of the Pontifical Biblical Commission, appendix 1 of “Sexism and Church Law” ed. J. Coriden (1977) (ff.75-84).

Related documents:

This record is a stub. Please help build this archive. How can you help?

  • Provide a full-text transcription of this document.

  • Indicate underlining, bold, italics, or other style using html tags,
    e.g. <u>..</u>, <b>..</b>, <i>..</i>.
  • Use linefeeds to indicate paragraphs.
    Include accented characters where necessary.
  • Indicate marginalia in square brackets, e.g. [ .. ]

Send your contributions or corrections to editor [at] iarccum [dot] org