7/25/2006

Eight or Nine Members of the Common Cause Partners?

The Network of Anglican Communion Dioceses and Parishes (aka the Anglican Communion Network) web pages lists eight Common Cause Partners They are: (1)American Anglican Council, (2) Anglican Communion Network, (3) Anglican Essentials Canada, (4) Anglican Mission in America, (5) Anglican Network in Canada, (6) Anglican Province of America, (7) Forward in Faith North America, and (8) the Reformed Episcopal Church . But the Network announcement of the upcoming Anglican Communion Network Council meeting says this, “Delegations are composed of two clergy and two lay representatives as well as the diocesan bishop or convocational dean from each of the Network’s ten dioceses and six convocations. Other invited guests will include representatives from the Network’s missionary organizations, nine Common Cause Roundtable partners, the ACN Steering Committee and the Moderator’s Cabinet.”

Who is the ninth partner, or is the “roundtable” different from the “Common Cause Partners”? Any one have an answer?

5 comments:

  1. Name the missing ordanization... Who is CANA, Alex?

    Watch out or a surprise consecration of Martin Minns at this meeting of "Province X".

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  2. perhaps they will show real anglican "big tent" sensibilities and invite the diocese of New Hampshire to this gathering....

    Oh, sorry, I forgot, we are so far down the rabbit hole for this to happen!

    ....wouldn't it be nice?....

    ;)

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  4. I think it may be the Anglican Coalition in Canada (which use to be called the Anglican Communion in Canada).

    http://www.acicanada.ca/

    bb

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  5. Bob Duncan's bringing his old friend Beelzebub.

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