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An Open Letter to a New Bishop

"The following letter will be sent to Fr X in the unlikely event of his becoming a Bishop".
No excuse for Their Lordships
Time-serving opportunists
Orthodoxy not enough
Men wanted
The significance of Cardinal Beaton
Episcopal Virtues
Masonry's Influence - Yesterday and Today
The Bishop's Cross
What the Cross Implies
Clericalism before Vatican 2...
...And After
The "Renewalist" Thesis
Episcopal Naivete
Pluralising the Sin of Adam

Fraser, Hamish (1913-1986)

Bishop Butler to Bishop Clark : Literature for reading

"... it is not strictly necessary for Our Lord to be born of a virgin. I am not sure that St Thomas doesn't make the point."
Read Laurentin before you finish the pamphlet.
manuscript ps: "I have now read your paper on Argument [? Agreement] in Faith. It is excellent and should have wider circulation. Many thanks."

Butler, Basil Edward Christopher Rev OSB (1902-1986)

Bishop Butler to Bishop Clark : Theology of St Luke's Gospel

Copies of articles sent to all ARCIC members. Like to see Tillard's paper on Priesthood and Ministry.
R [René] Lourentine's great study of the first two chapters of St Luke's Gospel hints that St Luke's information may have come to him, via the circle of which St John was the centre, from Our Lady. Impressed that while St Luke presents information representing her point of view, the infancy narratives of St Matthew is through the eyes of St Joseph.

Butler, Basil Edward Christopher Rev OSB (1902-1986)

Bishop Butler to Bishop Clark: Virgin Birth pamphlet

Bp Clark's pamphlet on the Virgin Birth - thoroughly scholarly and enlightening. Like to see it published. The public's general obsession with sex means that there might be unfortunate effects with the treatment of "clauso utero" and "intactum hymen". Grateful for the personal help as after his conversion he was led to believe that unless he accepted the clauso utero he should have "made shipwreck of the faith".
BP Clark's sermon on TV this morning will have done a lot of good.

Butler, Basil Edward Christopher Rev OSB (1902-1986)

Bishop Butler to Bishop Clark: Communion instead of relationship

If one substitutes for "relationship" the word "communion" - then could have said: every Christian is in a real (though sometimes imperfect) communion with the Roman Catholic Church. One could say same thing not only about individual separated brethren but about their "churches or ecclesial communities". cf "The Theology of Vatican II' pp 124-134.

Butler, Basil Edward Christopher Rev OSB (1902-1986)

Bishop Butler to Bishop Clark: Objections to his views

Interested to hear how Dick Stewart disagrees with Bishop Butlers statements and what Bishop Clark feels he needs to forgive Bishop Butler for. Suspects that he was "'rocking the boat' - the unforgivable sin." Hopes Dick [Stewart] will do good in Rome. Suspects that Leslie Brown thinks Bishop Butler has broken with "Cabinet Solidarity" - "What I really think is that many people do not like my implied ecclesiology. I'm sorry they don't like it, because I am sure it is true!!"

Butler, Basil Edward Christopher Rev OSB (1902-1986)

Bishop Clark to Bishop Butler: Articles for ARCIC members

Will try Theological Studies for the pamphlet. Good idea to send Butler's three Tablet articles to members of ARCIC. Working with Dick Stewart on the presentation for the Episcopal Conference [of England and Wales ECEW)]. Working on the pamphlet "The Virgin Birth" and hopes that he has not bitten off more than he can chew, but it will need much chewing before making it simpler.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Cardinal Hume to Bishop Clark: General Absolution

Letter about the problem of General Absolution - handled with great skill. In communications with Rome the Cardinal would like to be "in on whatever you submit". Has spoken to Eddie Matthews (teaches on the subject at the seminary) and shown your letter to Cardinal Knox.

Hume, George Basil Rev (1923-1999)

"The Second Vatican Council"

Collection of sermons by Fr Oswald Baker; titles:
How can it have happened?
The evil of Vatican II
Faith and Morals: The Vatican II assault
Verdict on Vatican II
Papal infallibility and papal power
The Catholic Church and the Conciliar Church

Baker, Oswald Charles Rev (1915-2004)