If anyone has any information at all about TSE's contacts with the Anglican
monk, teacher, theologian and historian Bro. George Every of the Society of the
Sacred Mission, Kelham, where TSE often spent spiritual retreats, I'd be most
grateful to hear from them.
Every 'jumped-ship' to the Roman Catholic faith in 1972 and spent the last
31 years of his life at Oscott Seminary in Birmingham and his work and
his interest in Little Gidding and Ferrar is said to have inspired that
particular 'Quartet'. Although his correspondence with TSE and with many other
literary luminaries and the like must have been immense both in volume and
significance, little now seems to remain. Ackroyd mentions Kelham very briefly
in his bio. but nothing I can see relating to Every personally, who died as
recently as 2003, aged 94.
Seascale, Cumbria UK