May 16, 2012 4 Comments
Firstly, Fall is what the rest of us would call Autumn.
Secondly, these are former TAC folk:
The clergy and lay delegates of parishes in the Traditional Anglican Church of Canada will meet at the Queen of Apostles Retreat and Conference Centre in Mississauga, Oct. 23-25. This meeting is being organised by The Revd. Robert Mansfield, the rector in Parry Sound, who is the secretary of our interim diocesan council, assisted by The Revd. David Marriott.
Archbishop Mark Haverland (ACCOP) and Archbishop James Provence (APCK) will both be in attendance. The highlight of the Synod will undoubtedly be the Ordination to the Diaconate of George Betsos.
Father Stanley Sinclair has been asked to give a series of keynote addresses at each session of the Synod, which has been given the motto, “Pastoral Availability with Organisational Stability,” reflecting the real issues that face these newly-reunited traditional Anglicans, formerly connected with the Anglican Catholic or Anglican churches.
The Traditional Anglican Church of Canada has close relationships to two major bodies in the U.S., which explains the presence of the two archbishops, whose churches are in communion with each other. Until a bishop is elected for Canada, the TACC will continue to be directly under their jurisdiction…
Okay, so it’s TACC as opposed to TAC. I suppose these are of those lost in the opportunistic joint ACC and APCK venture seeking to take over of the ACCC (TAC) remnant parishes, which we first mentioned here?
Me thinks someone is itching for a purple shirt…