TAC's commitment to life is “total.” “It's one of our founding premises,”
By Patrick B. Craine
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, March 8, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Life issues are “at the heart” of Christianity, said Archbishop John Hepworth, Primate of the Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC), in an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews.com (LSN) on Friday.
“If we get the life issues right, then we get the Incarnation right, the nature of God right, the nature of Christian worship right,” he explained. “This is actually an entrance issue, not a side moral issue. It's the issue on which Christianity actually defines itself against the others.”
LSN spoke with Archbishop Hepworth in Halifax, the capital of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, where he made an overnight stop to address the local TAC parish, St. Aidan's. The Australian native came to Halifax as part of a worldwide tour that he began four weeks ago to encourage TAC communities to accept the Vatican's offer to Anglicans, issued in October, to reunite with the Roman Catholic Church...
Read the inteverview with Archbishop Hepworth at Lifesite News.
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