Skip to comments.The Traditional Anglican Communion "Messenger"
Posted on 04/26/2005 3:00:07 PM PDT by sionnsar
If you are interested in reading the newsletter of the Traditional Anglican Communion (the group led by Abp. Hepworth that is negotiating some form of unity with Rome), this can be read here as a PDF file. I believe their statement on the desire for unity with Rome is on page 2 of the newsletter.
This is going to be interesting to watch, as I am very curious to see what liturgy they wind up with. Will it be much like the 1892 or 1928 BCP, modified along the lines of the Western Orthodox liturgy, or will it be closer to the already-existing Anglican Use Book of Divine Worship, which I gather is closer to the 1979 BCP?
And will they be able to name their own bishops? That would be a marked step up from the "Anglican Use", which parishes exist by permission of the local Roman Catholic bishop. We live in interesting times, that is for certain.
It will be the Anglican Use Book of Divine Worship.
And will they be able to name their own bishops?
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