The Time of Silence: A History of the Catholic Apostolic Church 1901-1971
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The Catholic Apostolic Church, commonly though erroneously called Irvingites, was an extraordinary nineteenth-century religious movement arising out of the political and social upheaval wrought by the French Revolution. Although a number of studies have appeared in the past few decades, Seraphim Newman-Norton's The Time of Silence is unique in providing a detailed and sympathetic account of the events following the death of its last apostle, Francis Valentine Woodhouse, in 1901 through to the death of the last priest in 1971. Originally published in a very limited edition in 1974, this fourth edition is extensively revised and provided with historic illustrations.
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