Mission Statement of the Anglican Centre in Rome by ut8wn9s0


									Mission Statement of the Anglican Centre in Rome
agreed by the Centre’s Governors in May 2009

The Anglican Centre in Rome provides a permanent Anglican Communion
presence in Rome, as the base for the Representative of the Archbishop of
Canterbury to the Holy See, while exercising a ministry of hospitality and
prayer, and providing educational opportunities to enable Christian people
to contribute more effectively to the great work of unity in Christ.

The Governors, who are the Trustees of the Centre, are:

The Rt Revd Stephen Platten, Bishop of Wakefield (Chair)
The Rt Revd Thomas Breidenthal, Bishop of Southern Ohio, Episcopal Co-Chair of the
Anglican Roman Catholic dialogue in the USA (ARCUSA)
The Most Revd Peter Carnley AO, Co-Chair, Anglican-Roman Catholic International
The Revd Canon Kenneth Kearon, Secretary General, The Anglican Communion
The Revd Barry Nichols, Retired Partner, Ernst & Young (Treasurer)
The Revd Canon Jonathan Goodall, Archbishop of Canterbury's Personal Chaplain and Ecumenical Officer
Mrs Mary Reath, American Friends of the Anglican Centre in Rome
Ms Fung-yi Wong, Solicitor, Hong Kong

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