By Leslie J Francis
Long ago decade, cathedrals have blossomed as symptoms of progress for the Anglican Church in England and Wales. they've got opened their doorways to starting to be congregations, to widening participation on the significant Christian gala's, and to viewers, pilgrims, and travelers on a altering quest for non secular adventure and for non secular fulfilment. during this thought-provoking quantity Leslie J. Francis' study team provides ten centred empirical reports that remove darkness from what's rather happening in those cathedrals.
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Third, the study of rural cathedrals employed the empirically based classification advanced by Lankshear (2001), distinguishing between three types of dioceses (rural, urban, and mixed). In contrast, the present study draws on a revised classification advanced by Edwards (in press). This revised classification employs more recent statistical data and includes the dioceses of the Church in Wales alongside the dioceses of the Church of England. Method Procedure The “urban” cathedrals for this study were selected using a revised form of Lankshear’s (2001, p.
London, United Kingdom: SPCK. 26 L e s l i e J. F r a n c i s a n d Ju d i t h A . Mu s k e t t James, G. (2006). Masks and mission: Cathedrals and their communities. In S. Platten & C. ), Dreaming spires? Cathedrals in a new age (pp. 12–25). London, United Kingdom: SPCK. Jeffrey, R. (1996a). Cathedrals: Mission in reverse. In I. M. ), Cathedrals now: Their use and place in society (pp. 1–8). Norwich, United Kingdom: Canterbury Press. Jeffrey, R. (1996b). Cathedrals and society: The Church’s relationship to the nation.
Anglican Cathedrals in Modern Life: The Science of Cathedral Studies by Leslie J Francis