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Stratford Caldecott (1953–2014)

Author of Beauty for Truth's Sake: On the Re-enchantment of Education

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Studied philosophy and psychology at Oxford. Converted to the Roman Catholic Church in 1980. Formerly religious books editor for Routledge, HarperCollins, and T&T Clark. Founder of the Centre for Faith and Culture in Oxford in 1994. Founding editor of the Roman Catholic journal 'Second Spring'. Member of the Editorial Board of the Catholic Truth Society and 'The Chesterton Review', and Editor for the Sophia Institute.
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