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  • landowner offered a Dorset farm as a base for the work which became Hilfield Friary Father Algy Robertson was also an important figure in the formation of the Society There are three different orders within the Society the First Order of brothers and sisters The Society of St Francis and The Community of St Francis respectively the Second Order of sisters The Community of St Clare and the Third Order

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  • turn of the 20th century missions had been established in Bombay and Poona in India and Cape Town in South Africa Work would also begin in America in 1870 and this would be followed in 1928 with a house opening in Ontario Canada At home a church mission house and schools were built in the Cowley district of Oxford and in 1905 a purpose built London home for the Society was established at Great College Street Westminster The work of the members of the Society would provide a template for those societies formed latterly and the legacy of SSJE is clear with churches and schools still fulfilling the needs of communities across three continents In 2011 the British Chapter of the Society came to an end though an American Chapter based in Cambridge Massachusetts still thrives The SSJE collection given to Lambeth Palace Library in 2012 provides a record of all the activities of the Fathers including missionary work conducting retreats and the delivering sermons and addresses The overseas missionary work is particularly well recorded within the Fathers personal papers with large quantities of letters from India and South Africa surviving to provide a vivid recollection of the early days

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  • of around fifty books including Issues Facing Christians Today and the series entitled The Bible Speaks Today primarily written at his rural retreat on the Pembrokeshire coast This collection includes material relating to key evangelical conferences such as the 1974 International Congress of World Evangelism at Lausanne at which Stott was the Chair of the Drafting Committee of the Lausanne Covenant as well as the minutes and reports from organisations

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  • of the Love of Christ at St Ives and its co founder Dorothy L Swayne The society was composed of priests and laity who wished to live under a simple rule of religious life following the Evangelical Counsels of poverty chastity and obedience Many of its members however were not particularly connected with the Franciscan mission in India and in 1930 it was suggested by Br Douglas Downes that the English Third Order be united with other tertiary groups within the society This led to the creation of the Fellowship of the Way in 1931 also known as the Fellowship of St Francis which provided a rule of daily prayer and communion for members but did not require members to take vows The following years saw a debate between tertiaries seeking a simpler rule of life and those wanting a fully formed Third Order with a novitiate and professed members under vows In 1933 it was decided that the CSS tertiaries in Britain should become affiliated with other Third Order communities in England The Fellowship of the Way was dissolved and replaced with the council of the Society of Saint Francis In 1937 with the formation of the First Order

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  • The catalogue of printed books held by the Library is complete and available online and can be accessed through the Search Collections section of the website Information about the collections can also be found online via the COPAC 1 academic and national library catalogue the English Short Title Catalogue ESTC 2 and the Incunabula Short Title Catalogue ISTC 3 catalogue Image Source URL http www lambethpalacelibrary org content catalogues Links

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  • About the Collection | LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY
    collections contain some 120 000 books 40 000 pamphlets and over 100 current periodicals relating in the main but not exclusively to the history of the Church of England and its relations with other Churches both in Great Britain and overseas The core of the collection of early printed books was bequeathed by the Library s founder Archbishop Bancroft in 1610 and includes books belonging to some of his predecessors

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  • Church of England Record Centre They will be available for use in the Record Centre s Reading Room not at Lambeth Palace Library If you wish to use periodicals stored at the Record Centre please contact the Record Centre to request them at least five working days in advance as the Reading Room is open by appointment only Periodicals stored at the Record Centre are shown in the online printed

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  • only the Archbishop but also the Church and nation dates from its foundation in 1610 It now serves as the principal library for the history of the Church of England and continues to collect current scholarship in the following categories a Material relating to the history and administration of the Church of England pre and post Reformation or providing necessary background sources for research in this field b Material supporting

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