Anglican Catholic Church of Canada
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The Anglican Catholic Church of Canada (ACCC) is a Continuing Anglican church that was founded in 1977 by conservative Anglicans who had separated from the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC). It lists fifteen parishes and missions on its website; at its peak, the church listed more than forty parishes in affiliation.
The Anglican Catholic Church of Canada is one of the churches that trace their origins to the Congress of St. Louis, the assembly that inaugurated the Continuing Anglican Movement and produced the Affirmation of St. Louis. The new church adopted the name, "Anglican Catholic Church." Its Canadian diocese shortly thereafter asked for and received a release from that body in order to become a self-governing Canadian church offering a conservative alternative to the more liberal Anglican Church of Canada.
The Anglican Catholic Church of Canada is a founding member of the Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC). The ACCC is the third-largest of the Anglican churches in Canada, after the ACC and the Anglican Church in North America.
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