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'''Edward Jarvis''' (born 1975 in [[Kingston upon Hull|Hull]], [[England]]) is a British author of social and religious history, religion and politics, and theology. His book on the history and theology of the [[Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church]] (ICAB) is the first ever academic study of the subject.<ref>[[Mauro Castagnaro]] (foreword) in E. Jarvis, ''Carlos Duarte Costa: testament of a socialist bishop,'' Apocryphile Press, Berkeley CA, 2019, p 7</ref><ref>'The Vagrant Vicar', 5 October 2018, https://vagrantvicar.blogspot.com/2018/10/ accessed 7 July 2019</ref> His book on the life of [[Ngô Đình Thục]] is also the first systematic work on that topic.<ref>'The Vagrant Vicar', 5 January 2019, https://vagrantvicar.blogspot.com/2019/01/book-review-sede-vacante-life-and.html accessed 7 July 2019</ref> He was one of the first resident founding members of the controversial [[Catholic Worker Movement|London Catholic Worker]] houses.<ref>[[Alexandre Christoyannopoulos]], ''Christian Anarchism: a political commentary on the gospel,'' Imprint Academic, Exeter, 2011, pp 355-356, p 408ff</ref><ref>'[[Catholic Worker Movement|London Catholic Worker]]', https://londoncatholicworker.org/Christmas2007.pdf accessed 9 July 2019</ref><ref> '[[Catholic Worker Movement|London Catholic Worker]]', https://londoncatholicworker.org/Easter08.pdf accessed 9 July 2019</ref>  
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'''Edward Jarvis''' (born 1975 in [[Kingston upon Hull|Hull]], [[England]]) is a British author of social and religious history, religion and politics, and theology. His book on the history and theology of the [[Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church]] (ICAB), ''God, Land & Freedom: the true story of ICAB,'' was the first academic study ever to be published on the subject.<ref>[[Mauro Castagnaro]] (foreword) in E. Jarvis, ''Carlos Duarte Costa: testament of a socialist bishop,'' Apocryphile Press, Berkeley CA, 2019, p 7</ref><ref>'The Vagrant Vicar', 5 October 2018, https://vagrantvicar.blogspot.com/2018/10/ accessed 7 July 2019</ref> His book on the life of [[Ngô Đình Thục]] was also the first systematic scholarly work on that topic.<ref>'The Vagrant Vicar', 5 January 2019, https://vagrantvicar.blogspot.com/2019/01/book-review-sede-vacante-life-and.html accessed 7 July 2019</ref> He was one of the first resident founding members of the controversial [[Catholic Worker Movement|London Catholic Worker]].<ref>[[Alexandre Christoyannopoulos]], ''Christian Anarchism: a political commentary on the gospel,'' Imprint Academic, Exeter, 2011, pp 355-356, p 408ff</ref><ref>'[[Catholic Worker Movement|London Catholic Worker]]', https://londoncatholicworker.org/Christmas2007.pdf accessed 9 July 2019</ref><ref> '[[Catholic Worker Movement|London Catholic Worker]]', https://londoncatholicworker.org/Easter08.pdf accessed 9 July 2019</ref>
  
 
==Early Life and Education==
 
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==Work==
 
==Work==
His studies of the lives of the [[Vietnam|Vietnamese]] Archbishop [[Ngô Đình Thục]] (''[[Sedevacantism|Sede Vacante]]: the life and legacy of Archbishop Thục,'' 2018) and the [[Brazil|Brazilian]] Bishop [[Carlos Duarte Costa]] (''Carlos Duarte Costa: testament of a socialist bishop,'' 2019) are the first books to be published on those subjects. He spent ten years researching ''God, Land & Freedom: the true story of ICAB,'' the first full-length study of the [[Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church]] (ICAB) ever to appear in its 75-year history. His work has been described as "engaging and informative ... provocative and stimulating"<ref>Paul Dean, 'Book Reviews', ''RENEW,'' No. 189, March 2019, p 17 https://www.ccc4vat2.org.uk/ccc25/magazine/older-editions accessed 7 July 2019</ref> and as "indispensable"<ref>[[Mauro Castagnaro]] (foreword) in E. Jarvis, ''[[Carlos Duarte Costa]]: Testament of a Socialist Bishop,'' Apocryphile Press, Berkeley CA, 2019, p 7</ref> for students of the [[Independent sacramental movement|Independent Sacramental]] and [[Independent Catholicism|Independent Catholic]] movements, according to [[Mauro Castagnaro]], while showing "a high degree of intellectual honesty and understanding" according to Anthony Chadwick.<ref>Anthony Chadwick, ‘the Boys from Brazil’, ''The Blue Flower,'' 6 October 2018, https://sarumuse.wordpress.com/2018/10/06/the-boys-from-brazil/ accessed 7 July 2019</ref> According to the publishers' website his work focuses on [[Criticism of the Catholic Church|dissent]], the phenomenon known as [[Independent Catholicism]], and the interplay of religion and politics.<ref>'Independent Catholic Heritage Series', http://apocryphilepress.com/book-series/independent-catholic-heritage-series/ accessed 7 July 2019</ref> He has occasionally contributed to periodicals of church and current affairs.<ref>'Challenges of Corruption', ''[[The Tablet]],'' Easter Issue, 15 April 2017, p 22</ref><ref>'Am I Sitting Comfortably?' ''RENEW,'' past editions collection, (No. 186) https://www.ccc4vat2.org.uk/ccc25/magazine/older-editions/1-renew-older-editions accessed 9 July 2019</ref>
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His studies of the lives of the [[Vietnam|Vietnamese]] Archbishop [[Ngô Đình Thục]] (''[[Sedevacantism|Sede Vacante]]: the life and legacy of Archbishop Thục,'' 2018) and the [[Brazil|Brazilian]] Bishop [[Carlos Duarte Costa]] (''Carlos Duarte Costa: testament of a socialist bishop,'' 2019) are the first books to be published on those subjects. He spent ten years researching ''God, Land & Freedom: the true story of ICAB,'' the first full-length study of the [[Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church]] (ICAB) to appear in its 75-year history. The work has been called "engaging and informative ... provocative and stimulating"<ref>Paul Dean, 'Book Reviews', ''RENEW,'' No. 189, March 2019, p 17 https://www.ccc4vat2.org.uk/ccc25/magazine/older-editions accessed 7 July 2019</ref> and has met with some other positive responses.<ref>[[Mauro Castagnaro]] (foreword) in E. Jarvis, ''[[Carlos Duarte Costa]]: Testament of a Socialist Bishop,'' Apocryphile Press, Berkeley CA, 2019, p 7</ref><ref>Anthony Chadwick, ‘the Boys from Brazil’, ''The Blue Flower,'' 6 October 2018, https://sarumuse.wordpress.com/2018/10/06/the-boys-from-brazil/ accessed 7 July 2019</ref> According to the publishers' website his work focuses on [[Criticism of the Catholic Church|dissent]], the phenomenon known as [[Independent Catholicism]], and religion and politics.<ref>'Independent Catholic Heritage Series', http://apocryphilepress.com/book-series/independent-catholic-heritage-series/ accessed 7 July 2019</ref> He has also contributed to periodicals of church and current affairs.<ref>'Challenges of Corruption', ''[[The Tablet]],'' Easter Issue, 15 April 2017, p 22</ref><ref>'Am I Sitting Comfortably?' ''RENEW,'' past editions collection, (No. 186) https://www.ccc4vat2.org.uk/ccc25/magazine/older-editions/1-renew-older-editions accessed 9 July 2019</ref>
  
 
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Edward Jarvis (born 1975 in Hull, England) is a British author of social and religious history, religion and politics, and theology. His book on the history and theology of the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church (ICAB), God, Land & Freedom: the true story of ICAB, was the first academic study ever to be published on the subject.[1][2] His book on the life of Ngô Đình Thục was also the first systematic scholarly work on that topic.[3] He was one of the first resident founding members of the controversial London Catholic Worker.[4][5][6]

Early Life and Education

Edward Jarvis was born in Kingston upon Hull, England, in 1975, to an English father and an Italian mother. His great-grandfather was the Italian film actor Umberto Sclanizza. Edward Jarvis studied Theology and Religious Studies at Trinity & All Saints College (B.A.), York St John (the former York Diocesan College) (M.A.), and the Logos Institute of Theology (Th.D.). He briefly lectured in contemporary religious ethics at Liverpool Hope University and later worked at Durham University’s Centre for Catholic Studies.[7][8][9]

Work

His studies of the lives of the Vietnamese Archbishop Ngô Đình Thục (Sede Vacante: the life and legacy of Archbishop Thục, 2018) and the Brazilian Bishop Carlos Duarte Costa (Carlos Duarte Costa: testament of a socialist bishop, 2019) are the first books to be published on those subjects. He spent ten years researching God, Land & Freedom: the true story of ICAB, the first full-length study of the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church (ICAB) to appear in its 75-year history. The work has been called "engaging and informative ... provocative and stimulating"[10] and has met with some other positive responses.[11][12] According to the publishers' website his work focuses on dissent, the phenomenon known as Independent Catholicism, and religion and politics.[13] He has also contributed to periodicals of church and current affairs.[14][15]

Selected Bibliography

  • God, Land and Freedom: the true story of ICAB, Apocryphile Press, Berkeley CA, 2018
  • Sede Vacante: the life and legacy of Archbishop Thục, Apocryphile Press, Berkeley CA, 2018
  • Carlos Duarte Costa: testament of a socialist bishop, Apocryphile Press, Berkeley CA, 2019

External Links

References

  1. Mauro Castagnaro (foreword) in E. Jarvis, Carlos Duarte Costa: testament of a socialist bishop, Apocryphile Press, Berkeley CA, 2019, p 7
  2. 'The Vagrant Vicar', 5 October 2018, https://vagrantvicar.blogspot.com/2018/10/ accessed 7 July 2019
  3. 'The Vagrant Vicar', 5 January 2019, https://vagrantvicar.blogspot.com/2019/01/book-review-sede-vacante-life-and.html accessed 7 July 2019
  4. Alexandre Christoyannopoulos, Christian Anarchism: a political commentary on the gospel, Imprint Academic, Exeter, 2011, pp 355-356, p 408ff
  5. 'London Catholic Worker', https://londoncatholicworker.org/Christmas2007.pdf accessed 9 July 2019
  6. 'London Catholic Worker', https://londoncatholicworker.org/Easter08.pdf accessed 9 July 2019
  7. 'Catholic Perspectives on Poverty', Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University, https://www.dur.ac.uk/theology.religion/ccs/new/?itemno=23336 accessed 9 July 2019
  8. Nigel Baker, HM Ambassador to the Holy See, Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University, https://www.dur.ac.uk/theology.religion/ccs/new/?itemno=23882 accessed 9 July 2019
  9. 'Catholic Theology Research Seminar', https://www.stcuthberts-durham.org.uk/archives/627 accessed 9 July 2019
  10. Paul Dean, 'Book Reviews', RENEW, No. 189, March 2019, p 17 https://www.ccc4vat2.org.uk/ccc25/magazine/older-editions accessed 7 July 2019
  11. Mauro Castagnaro (foreword) in E. Jarvis, Carlos Duarte Costa: Testament of a Socialist Bishop, Apocryphile Press, Berkeley CA, 2019, p 7
  12. Anthony Chadwick, ‘the Boys from Brazil’, The Blue Flower, 6 October 2018, https://sarumuse.wordpress.com/2018/10/06/the-boys-from-brazil/ accessed 7 July 2019
  13. 'Independent Catholic Heritage Series', http://apocryphilepress.com/book-series/independent-catholic-heritage-series/ accessed 7 July 2019
  14. 'Challenges of Corruption', The Tablet, Easter Issue, 15 April 2017, p 22
  15. 'Am I Sitting Comfortably?' RENEW, past editions collection, (No. 186) https://www.ccc4vat2.org.uk/ccc25/magazine/older-editions/1-renew-older-editions accessed 9 July 2019

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