Anglican Catholic Church of Canada heads back to Rome

Established in the 1970’s, it is a small fraction of the Anglicans in Canada, but when a group en masse returns to Rome due to the liberalism of the Episcopalian and Anglican bishops, it only spells trouble for the world wide communion…

Virtue Online has The Dean’s report on the Synod:

July 24, 2010

The Dean’s Report on Synod 2010

The Eighth Provincial Synod and Thirteenth Diocesan Synod of the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada were held simultaneously at the Rosemary Heights Retreat Centre in Surrey, B.C., July 12 to 16, 2010.

The result of this vote was unanimous support from the House of Clergy, and an overwhelming vote of support from the House of Laity (with only two opposed and three abstentions out of 30 lay delegates)…

The rest of his report is here.

HT – Fr. Stephen

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