June 12, 2010
by Christian Campbell
The third and final day of the ACA’s Diocese of the Missouri Valley Synod was informative and constructive. As he had done with the assembled clergy the day before, the bishop shared with the plenary session a report on the meeting of a delegation of TAC bishops with officials of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in Rome (on the Vigil of Pentecost) and the recent meeting of the ACA House of Bishops and Executive Council.
Bishop Stephen Strawn noted that the meeting in Rome had been considerably shorter than expected. The TAC bishops were under the impression that were scheduled for a day-long consultation with CDF officials, but the delegation was forced to quickly assess which questions seemed most pressing, addressing those in the short time that was allotted by their hosts. Nonetheless, several key questions were discussed in Rome and the bishop provided a summary of each...
Read the rest of Christian's report at The Anglo-Catholic blog.
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