Anglican Cathedrals in Modern Life: The Science of Cathedral by Leslie J Francis

By Leslie J Francis

Some time past decade, cathedrals have blossomed as symptoms of development for the Anglican Church in England and Wales. they've got opened their doorways to growing to be congregations, to widening participation on the significant Christian fairs, and to viewers, pilgrims, and travelers on a altering quest for non secular event and for non secular fulfilment. during this thought-provoking quantity Leslie J. Francis' study staff offers ten centred empirical reports that light up what's quite occurring in those cathedrals.

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Jung, C. G. (1971). Psychological types: The collected works volume 6. London, United Kingdom: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Kennedy, J. (2006). Conservation and renewal. In S. Platten & C. ), Dreaming spires? Cathedrals in a new agee (pp. 115–128). London, United Kingdom: SPCK. Lawlor, M. (2013, August 23). Parish churches and the rise in cathedral attendance figures. Letter to the Editor. Church Times, s p. 13. Lewis, R. (1996). Cathedrals and tourism. In I. M. ), Cathedrals now: Their use and place in society (pp.

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. 101) model for categorizing dioceses in England, developed by Edwards (in press). Lankshear’s original model divided dioceses into three categories (rural, mixed, and urban) with each category located on a rural/urban continuum according to the extent to which it reflected empirically verifiable characteristics.

1 Dioceses of the Church of England and the Church in Wales according to the Ten-Factor Model Rural Mixed Urban Hereford Peterborough Portsmouth Carlisle Swansea and Brecon St Albans St Davids Canterbury Bradford St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Oxford Rochester Bangor Chichester Durham Bath and Wells Winchester Liverpool Salisbury Derby Bristol Gloucester Newcastle Chelmsford Lincoln Coventry Llandaff Norwich Lichfield Wakefield Exeter Monmouth Sheffield Truro Worcester London Sodor and Man Chester Manchester Ely Leicester Southwark St Asaph Ripon and Leeds Birmingham York Blackburn Southwell and Nottingham Guildford of educational provision available to the cathedral community, special services and events, and provision for groups outside the cathedral and school communities.

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