Page 1, 13th January 1984

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Page 1, 13th January 1984 — THE MEN WHO MET THE BISHOPS
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THE MEN WHO MET THE BISHOPS

APART from the 42 Catholic bishops the church leaders attending were: Dr Robert Runde. Archbishop of Canterbury.

Dr Jahn Habgood. Archbishop of York. Dr Derrick Childs. Archbishop of Wales. Dr Amos Cresswell. President of the Methodist Conference.

Dr Kenneth Greet, Secretary of the Methodist Conference.

Dr Bernard Green. General Secretary of the Baptist Union.

Dr Alisdair Walker, Moderator of the United Reformed Church.

Dr Bernard Thorogood, General Secretary and Clerk of the General Assembly of the United Reformed Church.

Dr Frank Lee, President of the Free Church Council of Wales.

Dr Philip Morgan, General Secretary of the British Council of Churches.

Dr Nod Davies, General Secretary of the Council of Churches for Wales.

Others addressing the bishops and aiding the consultation during the week included: Canon Christopher HM, the Archbishop of Canterbury's ecumenical officer.

Fr Edward Yarnold, Si, of Campion Hall, Orford.

Mgr Richard Stewart., of the Vatican Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity.

Mgr Patrick Kell), Rector of Oscott College, Birmingham.

Fr Eric Doyle. OFM, of the Franciscan Study Centre, Canterbury.

Fr Vincent Nichols. General Secretary of the Catholic Bishops' Conference.




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