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Anglican

1. denoting or relating to the Anglican communion
2. a member of the Church of England or one of the Churches in full communion with it
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A London-based Anglican Communion panel recommended on Oct.
A dozen or so visitors from the Anglican Church of Canada, including the primate, Archbishop Andrew Hutchison, attended the 75th General Convention of the Episcopal Church in the United States (ECUSA) in various capacities and viewed the triennial meeting from a unique perspective.
The questions raised are incapable of any immediate solution acceptable to Anglicans.
Meeting in Orlando, the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church in America voted to seek entry into the Catholic church under the guidelines established in Pope Benedict XVI's apostolic constitution Anglicanorum Coetibus ("Groups of Anglicans"), the bishops said in a March 3 statement.
Robinson's ordination has to be understood in terms of the long-standing tolerance of diversity among varying regional and local churches, reinforced by American Anglicans' practice of electing bishops from the ground up.
Another certainty about the gathering is that Anglicans around the world will be monitoring what decisions are made, especially around sexuality.
Even England's Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor, the one person more committed to seeking unity with the Anglicans than any other Catholic, lamented that full Anglican-Catholic unity will now be "out of reach." For years the Cardinal had maintained that the process toward unity was a "road without exit" (Zenit, June 12).
The latest stage of the dissolution of Anglican unity also affects the discussion between Anglicans and Catholics.
I see signs of vibrant life, of a renewed commitment to the Gospel's call to justice, in the commitment of Anglicans in my diocese to take action on behalf of "the least of these" in our midst by taking part in advocacy efforts with government.
Hamilton, ON -- Ecumenical dialogue among Catholics, Anglicans, and Lutherans took a different direction in this southern Ontario cityof 500,000.
Anglicans and Lutherans will meet on June 21 in Winnipeg for a full-day session that will include education and worship.