General Information

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Name:

Traditional Anglican Church of Canada

Established & Incorporated:

October 12, 2010

Classification:

Missionary District of the
Anglican Catholic Church (Original Province)

Date founded as a Missionary District:

October 22, 2012

Regions:

British Columbia, Ontario & Nova Scotia

Congregations:

Ten

Orientation:

Anglo-Catholic

Polity:

Anglican
(Episcopal polity is a form of church governance that is hierarchical in structure,
in which the chief authority over a local Christian church is a bishop)

Origin:

Congress of St. Louis, (St. Louis Missouri) Holy Cross Day, September 14, 1977

Founding Document:

The Affirmation of St. Louis

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The following Anglican Jurisdictions can trace their origins back to the Congress of St. Louis. It was at this 1977 international gathering where over 2,000 Anglicans united in their rejection of theological changes introduced by both the Anglican Church of Canada and the Episcopal Church in the United States. Anglicans who attended this conference felt that these churches, through their innovations, had departed from Christ’s One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.

In light of this and with a desire to be once again united, the Anglican Catholic Church is presently in Communion with:

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Anglican Province of Christ the King

UECNAUnited Episcopal Church of North America

 The Anglican Catholic Church is in de facto Communion
(to be formalized in October of 2017 at a joint Synod) with:

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Anglican Church in America

APA

Anglican Province of America

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Diocese of the Holy Cross

Note* These Continuing Anglican Jurisdictions make up approximately
330 congregations and 33,000 faithful.

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