The Anglican Catholic Church needs no introduction from me. It has been through its ups and downs, and has sometimes suffered from selfish or over-zealous egos. The overall picture these days is of a Church that has become serious, stable and which has gained in credibility.
I received these arousing words from Archbishop Mark Haverland as he welcomed me into the Anglican Catholic Church:
I suspect the best way to serve the ACC in regard to a blog is not in a self-conscious or explicit way, but simply by doing what you do as well as you can do it. The perspective you have as a member of the ACC will sometimes come through, of course. But what is most attractive is always to see in a concrete way that a given Church has a clear grasp of the gospel, stability, sensible leadership, and members who are better because of their ecclesial commitments. I think the ACC has those things, and for that reason we have done relatively well in a quiet, steady way. I hope, as you suspect also, that we will continue to do well and do good.
I invite you to consult our official sites:
Here are some photos of my reception on 14th April 2013. I moved directly to the ACC on resigning my place in the Traditional Anglican Church of Britain (TAC), and I left the TAC in good standing with my prayers for their future ministry in England and elsewhere. I was also licensed as a priest the same day.