F. W. Puller letter to Viscount Halifax, 1923.


F. W. Puller letter to Viscount Halifax, 1923.

This collection consists of an eight-page typewritten letter from Puller to Viscount Halifax in response to Halifax's Further Considerations on Behalf of Reunion. The letter is dated 24 September 1923. In it, Puller challenges Halifax's argument in support of "the jure divine character of the Roman Primacy of Jurisdiction." Despite his disagreement with this argument, Puller retains a warm affection for Halifax, mentioning his "gratitude for many acts of friendliness and kindness" and praising Halifax's "zeal for what seems to you to be Divinely revealed truth."

.01 cubic ft. (1 folder)

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Halifax, Charles Lindley Wood, Viscount, 1839-1934

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Puller, F. W. (Frederick William), 1843-1938

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F.W. Puller (S.S.J.E.) was the author of several works, including The Bull Apostolicae Curae and the Edwardine Ordinal, Primitive Saints and the See of Rome, and The Anointing of the Sick in Scripture and Tradition. From the description of F. W. Puller letter to Viscount Halifax, 1923. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122386050 ...