2 edition of Facts and documents shewing the alarming state of the Diocese of Oxford found in the catalog.
Facts and documents shewing the alarming state of the Diocese of Oxford
Charles Portales Golightly
Lists Oxford converts to the Catholic Church, including J. H. Newman.
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Facts and documents shewing the alarming state of the Diocese of Oxford / (London: Wertheim, Mackintosh, and Hunt ; Oxford: Slatter and Rose, ), by C. Golightly (page images at HathiTrust) Some remarks upon the visitation of Cuddesdon College, and the state of the church in the Diocese of Oxford / (London: Wertheim, Macintosh, & Hunt.
Facts and documents shewing the alarming state of the Diocese of Oxford / By C. (Charles Portales) Golightly. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Church of England. Diocese of Oxford., Ritualism., Oxford movement. Publisher: London. A letter addressed to the author of "Facts and documents shewing the alarming state of the Diocese of Oxford" / By Arthur Perceval Purey Cust.
Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Golightly, C. (Charles Portales), Author: Arthur Perceval Purey Cust.
Golightly stirs the kettle of hot water by attacking diocesan Tractarians in Oxford with an anonymous pamphlet Facts and Documents Shewing the Alarming State of the Diocese of Oxford. History. The Diocese of Oxford was created by letters patent from Henry VIII on 1 Septemberout of part of the Diocese of Lincoln.
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The Diocese of Oxford has published the independent review into events in the parishes of Stowe and Maids Moreton. 30 years of alternative ministry The longest-serving SSM Officer in the Church of England, the Revd Hugh Lee, is stepping down after thirty years as Bishop's Officer for Self Supporting Ministers and Ministers in Secular.
The Diocese of Oxford is the administrative area of the Church of England that, broadly speaking, covers the three counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
It covers 2, square miles – and much the same area as Thames Valley Police. The diocese sits between the Cotswolds in the west and London to the east. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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Facts and documents shewing the alarming state of the Diocese of Oxford / (London: Wertheim, Mackintosh, and Hunt ; Oxford: Slatter and Rose, ), by C. ‘Facts and Documents showing the alarming state of the Diocese of Oxford, by a Senior Clergyman of the Diocese,’ This publication had its origin in an article in the Quarterly Review for Januaryin which the practices at Cuddesdon College were criticised.
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