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Name of Library: London Oratory Library

Address: The Oratory, Brompton Road, London SW7 2RP

Town: London

Telephone: 020 7808 0900

Fax: 020 7584 1095

E-mail: webmaster.brompton-oratory@ntlworld.com

Website: http://www.bromptonoratory.com

Alternative names

Contact

Revd. Dr. Michael Lang

Job Title
  Librarian and Archivist

Purpose and main user community of the library

Fathers of the London Oratory

Terms of access

Appointment with the Father Librarian

Opening hours

Flexible, according to appointment

Disabled access

Access difficult (many stairs)

Lending

No

Under no circumstances

Volumes

42,000

Periodicals - Back Issues

15

Current Periodicals

3

Other

Mss

Volumes added per year

15

Coverage

Oratorian history and spirituality; spirituality in general; Catholicism in England after the

Reformation

Special Collections

Recusant Catholic literature; letters and papers of Father Faber and contemporaries

Manuscript

In British Library catalogue of medieval manuscripts

Research resource

Oratorian history and spirituality; recusant history; Catholicism in England

Catalogue Type

Card

URL of catalogue

Other facilities

Photocopying (limited)

Full Time Staff

Part Time Staff

Voluntary Staff Yes

Future plans

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