Published through Australian Scholarly Publishing, St Paul’s Cathedral Melbourne provides a fascinating account of Melbourne’s Anglican Cathedral.
The book provides an entry-point into the architectural history of William Butterfield’s ‘final masterpiece’, as well as the chronicle of a City congregation and a study of the changing role of religion, particularly the Anglican expression of it, in civic life.
Available in handcover.
James Grant graduated from the Melbourne School of History in 1953. in 1957 he co-authored The Melbourne Scene with Geoffrey Serle. He was ordained in 1959 and was an Assistant Bishop in the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne 1970-99 and Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral 1985-99. He has also authored Episcopally Led and Synodically Governed: Anglicans in Victoria 1803–1997 (2010) and Perspective of a Century: Trinity College 1872-1972. James is currently a fellow of Trinity College.