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A – OC

July 2, 1931 – Bonn, Germany

Signing of the Statement known as ‘Bonn Agreement’” – STATEMENT — Full-Text

September 7, 1931 – Vienna, Austria

Episcopal Synod of the Old Catholic Churches” – RESOLUTIONS — Full-Text

January 20 and 21, 1932 – Canterbury, England

Convocation of Canterbury” – RESOLUTIONS — Full-Text

 

ANGLICAN – OLD CATHOLIC THEOLOGICAL CONFERENCES
(1957-1998)

 

1. September 15-18, 1957 – Rheinfelden, Switzerland

The Eucharist

2. September 21-25, 1960 – Oxford, England

Anglican-Old Catholic relations; ecclesiology; the meaning of the council in the early Church; the doctrine of the Church

3. September 18-20, 1961 – Amersfoort, Netherlands

The Fathers of the Church in Anglican theology; Old Catholic Church’s continuity with the early Church; the mission of the Church

4. July 10-14, 1966 – Oxford, England

Discussions focused on bilateral relations with the Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches and the Anglican-Methodist Union negotiations; mutual information on the current state of affairs

5. April 8-10, 1972 – Bern, Switzerland

Mutual information on bilateral relations with the Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches

6. June 25-29, 1973 – Oxford, England

The meaning of full communion

7. September 14-18, 1974 – Lucerne, Switzerland

On the way to the unity of the churches; the Bonn Agreement as now understood

8. April 18-22, 1977 – Chichester, England

Ministry and authority in the Church; ordination of women to the priesthood” – JOINT DECLARATION — Full-Text

9. April 14-18, 1980 – Trier, Federal Republic of Germany

Authority” – JOINT STATEMENT — Full-Text

10. September, 1982 – Vienna, Austria

Authority and primacy in the Church

11. August 6-10, 1985 – Chichester, England

Authority and primacy in the Church” – AGREED STATEMENT (in allegato Chichester 2) — Full-Text

12. July 9-11, 1987 – Toronto, Canada

Churches and communion of churches; eucharistic sharing; ordination of women

13. August 22-26, 1990 – Morschach, Switzerland

The Bonn Agreement 1931

14. September 26-30, 1993 – Guilford, England

“The implications of the Bonn Agreement for the Churches in the new Europe” – DECLARATION (in allegato Guilford) — Full-Text

June 1996 – Oporto, Portugal

“Joint Old Catholic/Anglican parishes”

 

ANGLICAN-OLD CATHOLIC INTERNATIONAL COORDINATING COUNCIL (AOCICC)
Phase One: 1998-2004

 

MEETINGS:

 

1. 1998 – Frankfurt, Germany

The anomaly and overlapping jurisdictions, the implications of ‘third party’ agreements (such as Meissen, Porvoo and Called to Common Mission), and the exploration of common mission and evangelism

2. 1999 – Norwich, England

The anomaly and overlapping jurisdictions, the implications of ‘third party’ agreements (such as Meissen, Porvoo and Called to Common Mission), and the exploration of common mission and evangelism

3. 2000 – Rotterdam, Netherlands

The anomaly and overlapping jurisdictions, the implications of ‘third party’ agreements (such as Meissen, Porvoo and Called to Common Mission), and the exploration of common mission and evangelism

4. 2001 – Ely, England

5. August 23-24, 2002 – Prague, Czech Republic

The overlapping jurisdictions

6. March 8-11, 2004 – Canterbury, England

The Council reviewed its work over the last five years as it completes the current phase of its work” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

CO-CHAIR:

Rt. Rev. Jonathan Gledhill, Bishop of Lichfield (Anglican)
Rt. Rev. Joachim Vobbe (1998-2003) (Old Catholic)
Rt. Rev. Dr. Jan-Lambert Wirix-Speetjens, Bishop of Haarlem (2004) (Old Catholic)

CO-SECRETARIES:

Canon David Hamid (1998-2002) (Anglican)
Canon Gregory K Cameron (2003-2004) (Anglican)
Rev. Dr. Thaddeus A. Schnitker (1998-1999) (Old Catholic)
Prof. Dr. Angela Berlis (2000-2004) (Old Catholic)

 

Phase Two: 2005-2011

 

THEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE

August 29 – September 2, 2005 – Leeds, England

Anglican and Old Catholic ecclesiologies: towards further convergence

 

MEETINGS:

 

1. November 7-10, 2005 – Lucerne, Switzerland

Ecclesiology in the light of communio ecclesiology” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

2. March 5-9, 2007 – Madrid, Spain

Anglican and Old Catholic ecclesiological understanding; collaboration between Old Catholic and Anglican communities” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

3. April 14-18, 2008 – Schloss Beuggen, Germany

Discussion of a draft text for a common statement of ecclesiological understanding, including missionary dimensions of the Church’s life” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

4. October 26-29, 2009 – Canterbury, England

Discussion of a draft text for a common statement on ecclesiology and mission”- COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

5. November 8-12, 2010 – Schloss Beuggen, Germany

The Council finalized the text of a common statement on ecclesiology and mission ‘Belonging Together in Europe’ and reviewed present ecumenical dialogues” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

THEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE

August 29–September 2, 2011 – Neustadt, Germany

Ecclesiology and Mission in Today’s Europe

6. November 4-8, 2011 – York, England

The Council finalized the text of a common statement on ecclesiology and mission ‘Belonging Together in Europe’” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text
and JOINT STATEMENT — Full-Text

CO-CHAIR:

Rt. Rev. Jonathan Gledhill (Anglican)
Rt. Rev. Fritz-René Müller, Bishop of Switzerland (Old Catholic) (2005-2007)
Rt. Rev. Joachim Vobbe (Old Catholic) (2008-2011)

CO-SECRETARIES:

Canon Gregory K Cameron (Anglican) (2005-2009)
Canon Dr. Alyson Barnett-Cowan (Anglican) (2010-2011)
Prof. Dr. Angela Berlis (Old Catholic)

 

Phase Three: 2013-2019

 

MEETINGS:

 

1. November 13-16, 2013 – Amersfoort, Netherlands

Review of present ecumenical dialogues, particular attention was given to the relationship with the Mar Thoma Church; discussion of the report ‘Belonging Together in Europe’, and its consequences” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

2. August 27-30, 2014 – Kilkenny, Ireland

Editing of a booklet: ‘Belonging Together in Europe’ for the faithful of both communions; consideration of how to develop further concrete proposals for the common mission of the Anglican and Old Catholic Churches on the European continent; briefing on developments in the bilateral ecumenical relationships in which each Communion is engaged” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

3. May 26-30, 2015 – Zurich, Switzerland

The nature and meaning of communion between the Anglican and Old Catholic Churches; briefing on developments in the bilateral ecumenical relationships in which each Communion is engaged; finalising the booklet ‘Anglicans and Old Catholics together in Europe’” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

THEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE

September 7-10, 2015 – Exeter, England

The authority of the churches in a pluralistic Europe

4. June 7-11, 2016 – Ghent, Belgium

Consideration of how to develop further concrete proposals for the common mission of the Anglican and Old Catholic Churches on the European continent; briefing on developments in the bilateral ecumenical relationships in which each Communion is engaged” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

5. July 4-8, 2017 – Königswinter / Bonn, Germany

Reception of the results of the survey ‘Belonging together in Europe’; reflection on the issues of child abuse and safeguarding” – COMMUNIQUÉ and WILLIBORD DECLARATION; — Full-Text
BOOKLET: Anglicans and Old Catholics together in Europe — Full-Text

6. May 22-26, 2018 – Winchester, England

Review the overall work of the Council; reflection on the work of the Council during the period of the present mandate with a view to preparing a report for the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) and the International Bishops’ Conference (IBC) of the Union of Utrecht; consider the focus of a new mandate” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text

7. January 16-19, 2019 – Prague, Czech Republic

Finalising the Report of the Anglican-Old Catholic International Coordinating Council 2013-2019 to the Anglican Consultative Council and the International Bishops’ Conference; formulating recommendations for the next mandate of the AOCICC” – COMMUNIQUÉ — Full-Text
and REPORT — Full-Text

CO-CHAIR:

Rt. Rev. Michael Burrows (Anglican)
Rt. Rev. Dr. Dirk Jan Schoon (Old Catholic)

CO-SECRETARIES:

Canon Dr. Alyson Barnett-Cowan (2013-2014) (Anglican)
Canon Dr. John Gibaut (2015-2018) (Anglican)
Rev. Neil Vigers (2019) (Anglican)
Rev. Lars Simpson (Old Catholic)

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