The American Anglican Council (AAC) has made the following offer as part of the reconciliation process described by the Communique from the Primate’s meeting:
“[T]he AAC also announced this week its formation of a Communiqué Compliance Office, which will monitor TEC’s acts of compliance and non-compliance with respect to the primates’ requirements throughout the period leading up to the Sept. 30 deadline.
‘As a non-ecclesial body, the AAC is in a unique position to function as a watchdog on TEC’s compliance with the demands of the Dar es Salaam communiqué,’ Canon Anderson explained. ‘Over the coming months, the newly created office will continuously gather information from around the United States and provide monthly accountings to the primates so that there is no doubt where TEC stands when the clock runs out.’
The AAC asks that anyone with pertinent information on TEC compliance to the communiqué’s demands send that information to the AAC by email or U.S. Postal mail.”
As one who is working through the full implications of what the Primate’s have asked of the Episcopal Church, I find this new bureau’s creation a bit premature…
Read the rest here: Press Releases – American Anglican Council Live Website