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The Iona Community Personal Impressions of the Early Years by T. Ralph Morton

The Iona Community Personal Impressions of the Early Years


The Iona Community Personal Impressions of the Early Years by T. Ralph Morton

The Iona Community has always aroused questions. What is it? How did it begin and why? What is its purpose today? In this book, Ralph Morton gives his personal impressions of the early years and then goes on to consider its later development and future role. Ralk Morton served the Iona Community as Warden of Community House Glasgow (1943-54) and as Deputy Leader (1951-67).

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Publication date

29th August 1977


T. Ralph Morton

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St Andrew Press


150 pages


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