Abbiat Cummins, O.S,B., and the Rev. Dr. David Mathew are contributors to The Ransomer this month. Their articles are occasioned by the fact that the Guild of Our Lady of Ransom is now in its jubilee year. The Abbot recalls that the Guild has played a foremost part, during the past fifty years, in the Church's labours for the conversion of England, and Dr. Mathew's theme is the state of things in the country when that work began. Mr. G. Elliot Anstruther, continuing his survey of Catholicism in England during the halfcentury, deals this month with what he calls the Great September "—the September which saw the International Eucharistic Congress in London twentyeight years ago.
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Keywords: Christianity, Anglican Eucharistic Theology, Ceremonies, Eucharist, Methodism, David Mathew, Protestantism, Christian Theology
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