Papal meeting for conservative Anglican leaders: Anglican Ink, December 11, 2012 December 12, 2012Posted by geoconger in Anglican Church of North America, Anglican Ink, Anglican Ordinariate, Roman Catholic Church.
Tags: Benedict XVI, Eluid Wabukala, Jeffrey Steenson, Ray Sutton, Robert Duncan
At the close of the General Audience of 28 Nov 2012, the leader of the Anglican Church in North America, Archbishop Robert Duncan met with Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican.
Archbishop Eliud Wabukala of Kenya, leader of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans, was to have also attended the General Audience, but was delayed. Joined by the chairman of the ACNA’s ecumenical relations commission, Bishop Ray Sutton of the Reformed Episcopal Church, Archbishop Duncan spoke with the pope. The three later met with Vatican officials. Details of the conversations have not been released. Claims of the significance of the meeting or of its symbolism are also premature, one Vatican watcher said, until the substance of the conversation is known.
Read it all in Anglican Ink.