Anglican Catholic Church

The Anglican Catholic Church (ACC) is a worldwide body of Anglican Christians in the continuing Anglican movement which grew out of the 1977 Congress of St. Louis. The Church is generally considered to be Anglo-Catholic in its theology, liturgy, and episcopal polity. The Congress of St. Louis was held in response to the Episcopal Church’s revision of the Book of Common Prayer, which organizers felt abandoned a true commitment to both scripture and historical Anglicanism.



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