This 'Seattle declaration' from 2004 shows Our Lady helping us towards a better understanding between Roman Catholics and Anglicans
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Charles Linley Wood, 2nd Viscount Halifax (1839-1934), father of Neville Chamberlain's Foreign Secretary, was a noted Anglo-Catholic ecumenist who was President of the English Church Union 1868-1919, and again from 1927-1934. This is from his 1902 Presidential Address.
Although the future archbishop of Canterbury, Michael Ramsey was only one of the authors of this report in 1947, his handiwork is clear througout.
Speaking at the University of Athens on 7 May 1962, Archbishop Ramsey spoke of the debts which the Anglican Church owed to the Greek Fathers. Our two posts following this will consist of extracts from Andrewes, translated by Newman.
Bishop Charles Gore (1853-1932) was one of the most influential Anglican theologians of the early twentieth century. Here he expounds the doctrine of the Real Presence.
Brooke Fosse Westcott (1825-1901) was Bishop of Durham and one of the ablest of the second generation of Anglicans inspired by the Catholic Tradition.
Newman looked back on the early years of the Oxford Movement as his happiest - from an earthly point of view. It was the seed-bed of his best work.