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  1. Stratford Caldecott (26 November 1953 - 17 July 2014) was a Catholic author, editor, publisher, and blogger. His work spanned subjects as diverse as literature, education, theology, apologetics, economics, environmental stewardship, sacred geometry, art, and culture.

    • 26 November 1953, London
    • 17 July 2014 (aged 60), Oxford
    • Catholic author, editor
    • Secret Fire: The Spiritual Vision of J.R.R. Tolkien
  2. Stratford Caldecott es director de Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture de Oxford. Es miembro del comité editorial de varias revistas internacionales, entre las que destacan Communio, The Chesterton Review, Magnificat y Second Spring. Entre sus publicaciones recientes se pueden resaltar Beauty for Truth's Sakei (2009), All Things Made New (2011) y Beauty in the Word (2012). Esta casa ha ...

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    Stratford Caldecott, MA (Oxon.), STD, FRSA, was an author, publisher, and editor. He was educated at Dulwich College and Hertford College, Oxford.

  4. 17 de jul. de 2014 · Stratford Caldecott MA (Oxon.), STD, was a Senior Contributor at The Imaginative Conservative, editor of the Humanum Review (online book review journal of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute), and co-editor of Second Spring and the UK/Ireland edition of Magnificat. He had served as senior editor at Routledge, HarperCollins, T&T ...

  5. 14 de nov. de 2013 · Stratford Caldecott was the author of seven books, four of which were published by Angelico Press. He was the GK Chesterton Research Fellow at St Benet's Hall in Oxford. In that city he founded the Centre for Faith and Culture and with his wife and daughter he also published its journal Second Spring.

  6. 16 de jul. de 2021 · Stratford Caldecott: A Life Recalled By Russell Sparkes It seems scarcely possible that we have arrived at the seventh anniversary of Stratford Caldecott’s death. While a deeply personal tragedy for his wife and children, his death was also a great loss for the Catholic Church in the English speaking world.

  7. Stratford Caldecott (November 26, 1953 - July 17, 2014) was an English writer, publisher, and editor who converted to Christianity after coming to a deep understanding of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia. For many decades, Caldecott wrote essays and books concerning Tolkien and Catholicism.

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