Item 163 - Archbishop Donald Coggan

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AU AU-MTC 001/16-7-163


Archbishop Donald Coggan


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The Church Record was formed in 1912 with the aim of publishing a federal church paper. It took over publication of 'The Church Record' which had commenced publication in 1880, and in 1912 incorporated the 'Victorian Churchman'. It was re-formed in 1944 in order to further the work of the Church of England in Australia. In 1979 the company name was changed to Australian Church Record Ltd.

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The NSW Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society was formed in 1817 due to the influence of Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie. The first committee included 52 men, all of whom were leading citizens and who were also founding members of the Bank of New South Wales. The Auxiliary operated independently, but under the leadership of the Commonwealth Secretary when that committee was formed in 1925.

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Donald Coggan was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1974-1980.

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Copyright Australian Church Record

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