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Catholic Archives Society

Study visit to Dublin   –   12-16 August 2019 A visit to ecclesiastical and civil archives and related institutions in Dublin Enquiries about the provisional programme and other aspects of the visit to: Mr Paul Shaw, St Mary’s Convent, 10 The … Continue reading

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ECHA Newsletter for March 2019

Please click here for our latest newsletter and see the ‘What’s On’ Page for the latest on our visits and events in 2019.

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Bishop Youens of Northampton by Mrs Margaret Orborne

Bishop Laurence Walter Youens was a convert to the Catholic faith from Anglicanism, and was ordained priest in 1901 in High Wycombe, the first Catholic priest ordained there since the Reformation. After a period of missionary work in North Africa, … Continue reading

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Day Conference in Birmingham

Archdiocese of Birmingham Historical Commission England and Rome: Anglo-Papal relations c1350 to 1870 at Cathedral House (Grimshaw Room) Birmingham Monday 25 June 2018 10.45 am to 4.00 pm (registration from 9.45 am) Speakers Prof. R.N. Swanson  ‘Exploiters or exploited’; the … Continue reading

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ECHA Newsletter for December 2017

Please click on the link below to read our latest newsletter.  Also below is a Subscription Reminder for 2018 for our members. ECHA Newsletter for December 2017 Subscription Reminder – 2018

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Downside Lectures 2017

Please click here for information on then2017 Downside Lectures    

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London Catholic History Walks – Autumn 2016 with Joanna Bogle

Joanna Bogle leads these excellent walks which give a great introduction to aspects of the Catholic history of London. Go to this link for details of the walks planned for this Autumn

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