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G-4 Anglicans become G-3 as DHC joins ACC

Canon Robert Bader of the DHC announces the results of their vote to the ACC synod.

In an historic moment for the continuing church, the Diocese of the Holy Cross (DHC) voted to join the Anglican Catholic Church as a non-geographic diocese. DHC clergy already serve in the ACC, but have now been included in ACC governing bodies. The move transforms what has been commonly known as the G-4 Anglicans into the G-3. Representatives from the other members of the group (the Anglican Province of America and the Anglican Church in America) were present in support of the move as the next step towards organic unity. All three groups have pledged to continue the process as they prepare for another joint synod in 2023.