Charles Anselm Bolton

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Charles Anselm Bolton (1905 to 1970)[citation needed] was for many years a priest of the Roman Catholic Church, being the Priest of Salford Diocese in 1950.[1] His education was continental, encompassing a Master's Degree from Oxford University, following a Bachelor's Degree from Belgium's Louvain, and with theological diplomas from the Institut Catholique de Paris and from Rome's Collegio S. Anselmo.[1] He later followed Friedrich Heiler and others in preaching Reformation doctrines, and became a professor of modern languages at Houghton College, New York.[1]

Bolton authored numerous books and articles, mostly relating to the history of the Roman Catholic Church.

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  1. ^ a b c Father Charles Anselm Bolton in "Beyond the Ecumenical: Pan-deism?" in Christianity Today, 1963, page 21.