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Archdeacons Afloat C A Alington “A ship in which strange ladies addressed unknown archdeacons by night, and fled screaming at the sight of their faces, was something entirely foreign to his experiences, and promised ill for a peaceful holiday.

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The Ven John Craggs, the young and good looking Archdeacon of Thorp, finds he is sharing a cabin with the elderly and benevolent Ven James Reviews: 2. The improbably titled Archdeacons Afloat, published inwas in fact Alington’s 37th book, and his ninth work of fiction.

Alington was prolific, in fact, in several genres: history, popular theology, poetry and memoir, little of which has had a permanent impact. Archdeacons Afloat by C. Alington. Archdeacons Afloat.

Year Published: Second Impression. pages. Grey dust jacket with red lettering over red cloth. Mild brown staining to pages on occasion.

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Archdeacon, in the Christian church, originally the chief deacon at the bishop’s church; during the European Middle Ages, a chief official of the diocese; an honorary title in the modern Roman Catholic name was first used in the 4th century, although a similar office existed in the very early church.

Appointed by the bishop, the archdeacon was charged with the duties of preaching. archdeacon (ärch-dē′kən) n.

A church official, as in the Anglican Church, who is in charge of temporal and other affairs in a diocese, with powers delegated from the bishop. [Middle English archedeken, from Old English arcediakon, from Late Latin archidiāconus, from Late Greek arkhidiākonos: Greek arkhi- archi- + Greek diākonos, deacon.

Archdeacon definition, an ecclesiastic, ranking next below a bishop and having charge of the temporal and external administration of a diocese, with jurisdiction delegated from the bishop. See more. Explore books by C A Alington with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Archdeacons Afloat () Archdeacons Afloat seems to be set in the early s, and has the two archdeacons travelling incognito on a Hellenic Travellers' Club pleasure cruise to the Mediterranean.

They were incognito because of "their common feeling that gaiters and gaiety went ill together". The first review is now in of my book on Walter Hussey, Anglican patron of the arts. It comes from David Stancliffe, now retired as bishop of Salisbury and formerly provost of Portsmouth cathedral, only a short distance from Hussey's Chichester.

It is published in Art and Christianity, 93 (spring ), the bulletin of Art. Book IX. ^HISTORY of LONDON. i Eft. Ibid.

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The Forum is chaired by the Venerable Stephen Taylor, Archdeacon of Maidstone, and there is an Executive which consists of representatives from each of the archdeacons' regional meetings and special constituencies. A national archdeacons' conference is held every two years, and a new archdeacons' conference every nine months.

archdeacon definition: 1. in the Anglican Church, a priest next in rank below a bishop 2. in the Anglican Church, a priest. Learn more. ‘One document acknowledges an archdeacon's grant of the use of his books to a house of Franciscan friars, who were to keep the books when the donor died.’ Origin Old English arce- ercediacon, from ecclesiastical Latin archidiaconus, from ecclesiastical Greek arkhidiakonos, from arkhi.

archdeacons and provide support, training and development for them. The current chair is the Ven Stephen Taylor, Archdeacon of Maidstone and the Vice-Chair is the Ven Fiona Windsor, Archdeacon of Horsham.

The Forum Executive consists of archdeacons elected from each of the English. Archdeacons serve the church in part of a diocese by taking particular responsibility for all buildings, the welfare of clergy and their families and the implementation of diocesan policy for the sake of the Gospel.

An archdeaconry is their territorial division; these vary in number according to the size of the diocese and in a few mainly English cases an assistant (Suffragan) Bishop will also. Assistant archdeacons are to be appointed in both areas, and given a small honorarium to supplement their full-time stipends.

Church firms struggle to stay afloat Book tickets. 29 September Festival of Preaching A one-day online version of our popular preaching festival. With Mark Oakley, Sam Wells and Anna Carter Florence. Archdeacon definition is - a clergyman having the duty of assisting a diocesan bishop in ceremonial functions or administrative work.

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Archdeacons Afloat - C A Alington “A ship in which strange ladies addressed unknown archdeacons by night, and fled screaming at the sight of their faces, was something entirely foreign to his experiences, and promised ill for a peaceful holiday.

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A mystery written during the classic period of English detective fiction: Gold and Gaiters (), by CA Allington (who also wrote Archdeacons Afloat). Background illustration: George Richmond, Sir John Gurney, Charles James Blomfield, and Henry Edward Maning at Fulham Palace c, pen and ink.C.A.

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