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Vatican II: Some Ecumenical Reflections on the 2012 Lyndwood Lecture

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 April 2013

Christopher Hill*
Affiliation:
Bishop of Guildford Chairman, Ecclesiastical Law Society

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The biennial Lyndwood Lectures are a significant ecumenical joint commitment by the Canon Law Society of Great Britain and Ireland and the Ecclesiastical Law Society. The Canon Law Society, as host, selected Professor Norman Tanner SJ to deliver the 2012 lecture1 and as is customary it fell to me, as chairman of the guest society, to conclude the event with comment and thanks.

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References

1 Tanner, N SJ, ‘How novel was Vatican II?’ (2013) 15 Ecc LJ 175182Google Scholar.

2 Tanner, N SJ (ed), Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils, Volume Two: Trent to Vatican II (London and Washington DC, 1990)Google Scholar.

3 See Valliere, P, Conciliarism: a history of decision-making in the Church (Cambridge, 2012)CrossRefGoogle Scholar, for much that Anglicanism owes to the conciliar movement.

4 For a perceptive pen portrait of William Lyndwood, see Baker, J, ‘Famous English Canon Lawyers: IV: William Lyndwood, LLD († 1446)’, (1992) 10 Ecc LJ 268272Google Scholar. See also Ferme, B, ‘William Lyndwood and the Provinciale: canon law in an undivided Western Church’, (1997) 4 Ecc LJ 615628Google Scholar, being the text of the inaugural lecture in the series.

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