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Resolution 68 - Progress in the Anglican Communion Missionary Appeal and

Resolution 68

Progress in the Anglican Communion Missionary Appeal

The Conference, holding the Anglican Congress to be of great value to the life of the Anglican Communion,

  1. reaffirms the desire expressed at the Anglican Congress of 1954 that another such Congress be held;
  2. respectfully requests the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America to appoint a committee of bishops, priests, and lay persons to make arrangements, in accordance with the resolution of the Anglican Congress 1954; 
  3. asks that special consideration be given by this committee to the question of holding this Congress outside the English-speaking countries; 
  4. suggests that the date of the Congress be 1963; and 
  5. recommends that the major topic should be "The World-wide Mission of the Church."

Anglican Congress (1963 : Toronto, Ont.) Anglican Congress (1963 : Toronto, Ont.)