Charles Anselm Bolton
Charles Anselm Bolton (1905 to 1970) was for many years a priest of the Roman Catholic Church, being the Priest of Salford Diocese in 1950. 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. He later followed Friedrich Heiler and others in preaching Reformation doctrines, and became a professor of modern languages at Houghton College, New York.
Bolton authored numerous books and articles, mostly relating to the history of the Roman Catholic Church.
- A Catholic memorial of Lord Halifax and Cardinal Mercier. 1935.
- Salford Diocese and its Catholic past: a survey. 1950.
- "Beyond the Ecumenical: Pan-deism?" in Christianity Today, 1963, page 21.
- Church reform in 18th century Italy: (The synod of Pistoia, 1786). 1969.
- Father Charles Anselm Bolton in "Beyond the Ecumenical: Pan-deism?" in Christianity Today, 1963, page 21.
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