Posted on October 28, 2010
‘For and on behalf of the Assembly of TTAC, the TAC of England and Wales’
At the assembly of the Traditional Anglican Communion of England and Wales (TTAC), today, the following 3 resolutions were passed:-
1. This assembly endorses the resolution of 2009, that:
‘This Synod, representing the Traditional Anglican Communion in Great Britain offers its joyful thanks to Pope Benedict XVI for his forthcoming Apostolic Constitution, allowing the corporate re-union with the Holy see, and request the Primate and College of Bishops of the TAC to take the steps necessary to implement this constitution.’
2. This Synod welcomes the fact that some clergy and people in Forward in Faith are preparing to accept Pope Benedict XVI’s generous offer of full communion with the See of Peter, as set out in Anglicanorum Coetibus, thus fulfilling the Concordat between the Traditional Anglican Communion and Forward in Faith. We look forward to positive collaboration with all those involved in the establishment of the Ordinariate in England and Wales.
3. We continue in our prayers that all Anglicans may one day find reconcilliation with the See of Peter.
Regards Ian Cresdee
St Agatha’s Church
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