6th June 2010
1. On Wednesday of last week, a preliminary report on the recent meeting of the Anglican Church in America’s House of Bishops and Executive Council was posted to The Anglo-Catholic in my name.
2. Though the reports available at the time of the formulation of the preliminary statement have since been proven accurate, due to difficulties in communication with me in outback Australia, there was some confusion, and the message published was not entirely helpful.
3. I have since had the opportunity to discuss the House of Bishops and Executive Council meeting with the chief participants and I am now satisfied that, insofar as any matters concerning the ACA’s relationship to an eventual personal ordinariate in the USA are concerned, the meeting was a positive step toward meeting the TAC’s commitment to pursue unity with the Catholic Church under the terms of the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum Coetibus.
4. The Traditional Anglican Communion is committed to seeking full communion with the Catholic Church and each of its bishops remains committed to the Petition that we formally signed and delivered to the Holy See...
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