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NEW THEOLOGICAL CHARTER WILL FORM BASIS FOR DISSENTING EPISCOPALIANS

NEW THEOLOGICAL CHARTER WILL FORM BASIS FOR DISSENTING EPISCOPALIANS

By Dr. Chris Seitz

As President of the Anglican Communion Institute I am pleased to
announce the appearance of a new document drawn up for the orthodox
Anglican presence within the United States and Canada.

It is titled "The Theological Charter for Anglican Communion Dioceses
and Parishes" of ECUSA and the Anglican Church of Canada. It follows in
the same line as other ACI documents, including "Claiming Our Anglican
Identity" and "Steps of Discipline" but is meant to serve as the
theological mission statement for Anglican Communion Dioceses and
Parishes in North America. It has been adopted as such by the Bishops
who form the leadership for this network, whose Moderator is the Rt
Revd Robert Duncan.

The "Theological Charter" will be a topic of discussion at the ACI
January Conference in Charleston, SC on "The Future of the Anglican
Communion" (St Philip's Church, 8-9 January). The Archbishop of the
West Indies, The Most Reverend Drexel Wellington Gomez, will be the
keynote speaker at that event. Please join us for a lively discussion
of important issues now facing Anglicans in the United States and in
the wider Communion.

This site has on it the Theological Charter for our times. Anglican
Communion Dioceses and Parishes is the umbrella organization in
communion with the wider Anglican Communion, with oversight by an
international coalition of Primates, Bishops, Clergy and Laity, and
exists for all those in their various situations who want the Episcopal
Church to more than a mere reflection of the culture, but to be again a
real witness to the joy a lives dedicated to obedience and
discipleship.

Here is offered a place where Dioceses, individual parishes or
congregation, Bishops, Priests, Deacons and Laity can register their
opposition to the current leadership and error of the national church,
but more importantly express their hope and plans for the future, for
rebuilding the Anglican presence in the United States.

The central document the undergirds the work of this coalition is
available at VIRTUOSITY'S website www.virtuosityonline.org.

For more details see anglicancommunioninstitute.org, or contact The
Revd Donald Armstrong at GraceRector@aol.com.

http://www.AnglicanCommunionDioceses.org/

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