November 1-2, 2018: Anglo-Catholic Roots II: Is Christ Divided? Full Visible Unity
As the Anglican Communion prepares for the Lambeth Conference in 2020, leaders are asking fundamental questions about the Church and her unity with renewed urgency but often with little understanding. Where may the Church be found, and in what does her unity consist? Are divisions between churches defensible, and how may they be repaired? “Is Christ divided?” (1 Cor. 1:13).
The Catholic tradition specializes in this field, with a rich store of resources worth remembering and retrieving. Speakers at this second conference on “Anglo-Catholic roots” will take up scriptural, sacramental, ascetical, and dogmatic resources to describe and vindicate a fully Catholic understanding of the one Church, as Christ’s body across time and space. They will also offer perspectives on the Anglican Communion as a family of churches called to holiness and apostolicity in service of the Whole.
The Rt. Rev. John Bauerschmidt
Schedule of Events
Optional banquet on the night of Nov. 2 after Solemn Requiem Mass of All Souls, to be held at the Club of Odd Volumes.
Advance registration is required. Note that if you wish to take advantage of the special rate for overnight accommodations at the Wyndham Hotel on Beacon Hill (see below), you must register by September 14, 2018.
Registration: $75 for employed persons; $50 for students and retirees
The Church of the Advent has reserved a block of rooms at Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill, 5 Blossom Street, Boston (a short walk from the church), at a special conference rate of $249/single bed for the dates of October 31 to November 3, 2018. This rate is only available for a limited time – see below.
For reservations, please click HERE or call 1-877-999-3223 and refer to the “The Church of the Advent Anglo-Catholic Conference and/or ID #: CATHOLICCON”.
***For assistance with shoulder nights, or if you require additional information, please call the hotel directly at 617-742-7630.
All reservations must be in place no later than September 14, 2018.
In partnership with The Living Church