Continuing Churches plan joint synod for 2017


The leaders of four Continuing Anglican Churches have announced plans for Joint Synods to meet in Atlanta, Georgia, the week of October 2nd to 6th.  At the conclusion of the week it is the intention of the Churches to sign an agreement establishing full communion (communio in sacris) among...

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Archbishop Haverland Issues Christmas Appeal for ACC Missions


Dear Friends in Christ, As Christmas and a new year approach, I write you again to appeal for donations to the Saint Paul Missionary Society. The SPMS is the international missionary and humanitarian arm of the Anglican Catholic Church. SPMS supports clergy and educational, religious, and...

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ACC Vice-Chancellor receives lifetime service award


Earlier today, Dr. Frank Wiswall, Provincial Vice-Chancellor of the ACC, was honored with the prestigious International Maritime Prize, a lifetime achievement award bestowed by the International Maritime Organisation.  The award was presented by Mr. Kitack Lim, Secretary General of the IMO...

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The ACC expands into new areas of Pakistan


Earlier this month, the ACC in Pakistan expanded its mission once again, as Bishop Mushtaq Andrew, along with four of his priests, made a visitation to the city of Jhelum. There they were greeted by Father Haroon Bashir and members of his newly-formed congregation.  At a welcome ceremony...

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ACC College of Bishops Meets in Connecticut; consecrates John Benedict McDonald as bishop for Philippines


The ACC College of Bishops met outside of New Haven, Connecticut last week to conduct their annual meetings and consecrate a new bishop. On October 20th at 8:30 in the morning, the Reverend John Benedict McDonald, was consecrated bishop for the Missionary District of the Philippines. Bishop...

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