Governors of the Anglican Centre in Rome Meet at GTS

Anglican Centre Group
Anglican Centre Group

On May 30, the Governors of the Anglican Centre in Rome, together with the Board of Directors of the American Friends of the Anglican Centre, met at The General Theological Seminary.

The Very Rev. Kurt Dunkle, the new Dean and President-elect of GTS, is one of two American governors of the Anglican Centre and chair of the American Friends Board of Directors. The Rt. Rev. Catherine Waynick, Bishop of Indianapolis and GTS trustee, is the other American governor.

The Anglican Centre in Rome

was founded in 1966 with the vision "to promote Christian unity in a divided world." It is a permanent Anglican Communion presence in Rome, and its Director is the Archbishop of Canterbury’s diplomatic representative to the Holy See, currently the Most Rev. David Moxon. The Centre exercises a ministry of hospitality and prayer and provides educational opportunities and resources. It seeks both to enable Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue at every level and to encourage the formation of friendly and informed relationships between Roman Catholics and Anglicans. The Centre provides opportunities for Roman Catholics to learn more about the Anglican tradition and Anglicans to learn about the Roman Catholic Church. A place of study for groups and individuals, the Centre offers hospitality, dialogue and prayer in the search for unity.