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Orthodox Anglican Communion

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Orthodox Anglican Communion June 1st & 2nd 2007

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The Anglican-Orthodox Dialogue (Part 1 of 3)

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How did the Orthodox World React to the Protestant Reformation? (Short Animated Documentary)

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Pope, Archbishop of Canterbury pray together

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Is the anglican church catholic or protestant ?

The Orthodox Anglican Communion was established in 1964, as a self-governing worldwide fellowship of national churches in the Anglican tradition. The Orthodox Anglican Communion was one of the first such communions to be formed outside of the See of Canterbury and therefore is not part of the Anglican Communion. The Orthodox Anglican Communion adheres to the doctrine, discipline and worship contained in the classic Anglican formularies, especially in the 1662 English, 1928 American, 1929 Scottish and 1962 Canadian Books of Common Prayer.
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