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Maiden, Mother and Queen: Mary in the Anglican Tradition Paperback – 25 Jan 2013


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Roger Greenacre was a scholarly and much-loved Anglican priest and Benedictine oblate who exercised a distinguished ministry in London, Paris and Chichester, and on the French Riviera. His contribution to Anglican-RC relations was honoured by the French state and earned him a Lambeth Doctorate. A residentiary canon of Chichester Cathedral for 25 years, he taught church history and liturgy at the theological college there and served on the Liturgical Commission. He died in 2011.

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This collection of writings done over the years by the late Roger Greenacre, a priest in the Church of England, is a delight. True, they are on the subject of Mary in the Anglican tradition, but he is not attempting to be comprehensive. Nonetheless, as a sister Anglo-Catholic, I found many points where I entirely agreed with him. The writing is clear. He is a good scholar who knows his subject. Significant information about Mary as Our Lady of Walsingham, (a Medieval English shrine, smashed at the Reformation, and restored between 1886-1934) is included. The emphasis is on the Church of England, but information about other parts of the Anglican Communion is included.
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