From the TTAC Website

As Fr Anthony Chadwick points out: A reflection on What makes the Traditional Anglican Church of Britain Traditional? has appeared in the TTAC website. It dates from the very beginning of this year. It seems as though the English member Church of the TAC has a new acronym, the TACB (Traditional Anglican Church of Britain). The…

Update on the SSJC and the Traditional Anglican Communion Cooperation

Early in the week I expressed my utter dismay with a statement of cooperation agreement between the SSJC and the TAC which appeared on the SSJC website. I was dismayed (more despaired – you can read about that by following the above link) because: 1.   I was not aware of any existing or pending ecumenical agreement between my Church,…

More Anglicans Cross the Tiber

Introibo ad altare Dei has this short post, with a point: Four new priests were ordained last weekend to serve in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in Great Britain. One of them was Fr Brian Gill who had served as Vicar General the Traditional Anglican Church (TTAC), a part of the Traditional Anglican…

SSJC and the Traditional Anglican Communion: Cooperation?!

Very, very interesting… The Society of the Cross and the Traditional Anglican Communion (the emphasis mine): From the Office of the Superior General Lancashire, United Kingdom 23 July 2012 Dearest Faithful: Recently I have been in warm communication with both counterparts and superiors of the Traditional Anglican Communion. It has been my stated intention never to…

TTAC News

The TTAC newsletters for June: My Dear Friends, One of the most striking features of the Queens Diamond Jubilee year has been the constant reference about her as a person and the character of her long reign described as an unprecedented period of service to this nation and to the commonwealth. Service to her peoples…

TTAC Communication

For March is out from Fr Ian Gray, Vicar General: My Dear Friends, I have delayed writing this letter whilst I received news from the Johannesburg meeting of the Traditional Anglican Church College of Bishops. I can now state that contrary to some reports, this meeting was not a meeting of a few Bishops, but a rather…