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Anglo-Catholic Congresses

Report of the First Anglo-Catholic Congress.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1920. [External link]

Souvenir of the First Anglo-Catholic Congress.
London: W. Knott for Congress Publishing, 1920.

An Anglo-Catholic Congress Clergy Directory [PDF]
Compiled by Michael Blain and Christine Hickton, 2015.

Catholicism with Freedom: An Appeal for a New Policy, Being a Paper Read at the Anglo-Catholic Congress at Birmingham.
London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1922. [External link]

Towards a Catholic Standard of Life: Being a Short Report of the First Summer School of Sociology under the Auspices of the Anglo-Catholic Congress Held at Keble College, Oxford in July 1925.
London: Society of SS. Peter and Paul, 1926.

The Holy Eucharist: Report of the Anglo-Catholic Congress, London, July, 1927.
London, Society of SS. Peter and Paul, 1927.

An Hour of Prayer for the Centenary. [PDF]
London: The Fiery Cross Association of the Anglo-Catholic Congress, 1933.

The Fifth Anglo-Catholic Congress, London and Oxford, 1933 in Commemoration of the Century of the Catholic Revival.
London: published on behalf of the Anglo-Catholic Congress Committee by Loxley, 1933.

Report of the Sixth Anglo-Catholic Congress: Subject, the Church, London, July, 1948. [PDF]
Westminster: Dacre Press, 1948.

Ninian Comper (1864-1960), the Last Rose of the Summer of the Gothic Revival, and Martin Travers (1886-1948), the Inventor of Anglo-Catholic Congress Baroque: A Belated Tribute.
By Leonard Buckley.
Privately published, 1991.

Father Atlay's Congress: The Organisation of the First Anglo-Catholic Congress, Tuesday 29 June - Friday 2 July 1920.
By John Gunstone.
London: Anglo-Catholic History Society, 2006.

Lift High the Cross: Anglo-Catholics and the Congress Movement.
By John Thomas Arthur Gunstone.
Norwich Canterbury Press in association with the Society of the Faith, 2010.

Catholic Congresses of the Episcopal Church

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