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Date
2003 April 28 - May 2
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution HB-03-04-02
Date
2003 April 28 - May 2
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution HB-03-04-02
Mover
Bishop Anderson
Seconder
Bishop Clarke
Text
That the House of Bishops alter the agenda in order to return to the discussion of the day before about the events in the Diocese of New Westminster and blessing same sex unions. CARRIED Res. #HB-03-04-02
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. House of Bishops - Agenda
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Bishop Ordinary to the Forces

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official1683
Date
1992 June 13-18
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1992 June 13-18
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Bishop Genge
Seconder
Bishop Clarke
Prologue
Bishop Hatton, Bishop Ordinary to the Forces, distributed a Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of the Canadian Forces Chapel Offerings and a statement regarding the Ivor Norris Memorial Bursaries.
A paper by the Rev. Eric T. Reynolds entitled "Jurisdiction and Ordinariate in a Military Context" was distributed for study and reflection. Bishop Hatton reviewed the paper and invited comments.
Text
That this House of Bishops reaffirm the decision taken at the November, 1990, meeting of the House of Bishops that the title of the jurisdiction of the Bishop Ordinary should be "Anglican Ordinariate in Canada." CARRIED
Notes
Bishop Hatton said that he is now Chair of the Canadian Council of Churches Chaplaincy Committee. This committee is to meet in the Fall with the Minister of National Defence.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. Bishop Ordinary to the Armed Forces
Anglican Church of Canada. Bishop Ordinary to the Canadian Forces
Anglican Ordinariate in Canada - Name
Chaplains, Military - Anglican Church of Canada
Canadian Council of Churches. Chaplaincy Committee
Hatton, Russell (George Russell), 1932-2012
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Chaplains - Contract - In the Federal Corrections Service

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official1336
Date
1987 February 16-20
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 15-2-87
Date
1987 February 16-20
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 15-2-87
Mover
Archbishop Hambidge
Seconder
Bishop Clarke
Prologue
The draft Guidelines which were presented by the Reverend Richard Johns were discussed.
Text
That the Guidelines be accepted with the proviso that Section II C(i) include, as well as the license, that the individual be accepted into the diocese. CARRIED
Notes
APPENDIX B
GUIDELINES - CONTRACT CHAPLAINS SERVING IN CORRECTIONAL SERVICE CANADA
I. Canon XVII - Section 4a
Bishops, Priests and Deacons who are engaged in specialized ministries outside the Diocese where they are registered, shall be considered to be on leave of absence from that Diocese, and subject to the general supervision of the Bishop of the Diocese in which the specialized ministry is exercised.
II. Appointment Procedures
A. Upon receiving an application for appointment from Anglican clergy, the Correctional Service will seek endorsation from the Diocesan Bishop of the applicant. This endorsation is a necessary prerequisite for all candidates.
B. The Office of Personnel Resources will also be notified of any Anglican applications, for information.
C. If, after screening for a specific position, an applicant is placed on a short list for further consideration, the Correctional Service will notify the Office of Personnel Resources, requesting that the Office confirm that, if the applicant is chosen, the Bishop of the Diocese where the position is located would either (i) receive Letters Benedecessit [sic i.e. Bene Decessot] for the individual and license him/her or (ii) accept general supervision as per Canon XVII, Section 4a.
D. The Office of Personnel Resources will seek confirmation from the appropriate Bishop as a prerequisite for further consideration of the applicant by Correctional Service Canada.
III. Transfer Procedures
In the event that a contract chaplain is considered for transfer to an institution located in another Diocese, the procedures in II C and D above will be followed as a prerequisite for such a transfer.
IV. Diocesan Registration
A. At time of appointment as a chaplain in Correctional Service Canada, a decision shall be made by the Diocesan Bishop of the Diocese where the chaplain is registered as to whether the priest's registration is: (i) to be maintained in the Diocese; (ii) to be transferred to the Diocese where the priest is to serve as chaplain; (iii) transferred to the Primatial List of Clergy on the basis of the following criteria:
1. The feasibility of a continuing pastoral relationship between Bishop and priest.
2. The reasonable probability of the priest's return to service in the Diocese within a period of five to ten years.
3. The desire of the Bishop of the Diocese where the priest is to serve as chaplain to receive the priest into that Diocese.
B. If the decision is reached that the priest's registration should continue in the Diocese, the Bishop of the Diocese shall enter into a contractual agreement with Correctional Service Canada regarding the priest's service as a correctional chaplain, and shall continue as the contracting party so long as the priest remains a chaplain in the Correctional Service Canada.
C. If the decision is reached that the priest is to be transferred to the Diocese where he/she is to service as a chaplain, the Bishop of the receiving Diocese shall enter into a contractual relationship with Correctional Service Canada regarding the priest's service as a correctional chaplain and shall continue as the contracting party so long as the priest continues to serve as a chaplain within the Diocese. In the event that the priest is transferred to another Diocese by Correctional Service Canada, the options in III above are once again considered.
D. If the decision is reached that the priest's registration should be transferred to the Primatial List of Clergy, the Primate or his designate shall enter into contractual agreement with Correctional Service Canada regarding the priest's service as a correctional chaplain, and shall continue as the contracting party so long as the priest remains a chaplain in Correctional Service Canada.
E. It shall be the responsibility of each chaplain in Correctional Service Canada to be in personal contact or correspondence at least twice each year with his/her Diocesan Bishop or the Primate, describing the major dimensions of his/her ministry, and any areas where the Bishop's support may be appropriate.
F. In cases where a Diocesan Bishop is the contracting party with Correctional Service Canada, a copy of the contract will be forwarded to the Personnel Resources Officer for information.
G. In every case, a chaplain in Correctional Service Canada shall be subject to the general supervision of the Bishop of the Diocese in which his/her ministry is exercised, pursuant to Canon XVII, Section 4a.
H. The Personnel Resources Officer will provide a continuing relationship of support and contact for all chaplains in the Correctional Service Canada on behalf of their Diocesan Bishop or the Primate, and will monitor all contracts on their behalf.
I. The Personnel Resources Officer will be available to provide assistance to priests seeking a church appointment at the conclusion of the contractual term of chaplaincy service.
V. Annual Appraisal
A. Wherever possible, the appropriate Bishop or his/her designate will participate in a chaplain's annual performance appraisal.
B. If such participation is not possible, the Personnel Resources Officer will be asked to either participate in the appraisal process, or arrange for an appropriate representative of the Church to participate.
The above guidelines were approved by the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church of Canada on February 19, 1987.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution. Canon XVII
Chaplains, Prison - Anglican Church of Canada
Correctional institutions - Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Clergy - Licensing
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Episcopal Visitor - The Diocese of New Westminster

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official8342
Date
2003 April 28 - May 2
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution HB-03-04-03
Resolution HB-03-04-06
Date
2003 April 28 - May 2
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution HB-03-04-03
Resolution HB-03-04-06
Mover
Bishop Harvey
Seconder
Bishop Clarke
Prologue
Bishop Ingham announced that Bishop Hockin had accepted his invitation to be the episcopal visitor in the Diocese of New Westminster for parishes who request one. Bishop Hockin will begin formally as episcopal visitor on November 1, 2003 for a year. As episcopal visitor, Bishop Hockin will have delegated pastoral authority and will have delegated pastoral authority and will:
- visit requesting parishes for preaching, teaching, and presiding at worship;
- be available to clergy and members of requesting parishes seeking pastoral care;
- participate actively in and advise the diocesan bishop on the recruitment, selection, and appointment of incumbents to requesting parishes;
- advise the diocesan bishop about ongoing needs and opportunities for reconciliation;
- work with the diocesan bishop and synod toward fully restored relationships and unity in mission; and
- attend Diocesan Synod with full privileges of the floor.
Bishop Hockin responded saying he hoped to be a sign of reconciliation and that he appreciated Bishop Ingham's confidence in him.
Moved by: Archbishop Hutchison
Seconded by: Archbishop Morgan
"This House welcomes the appointment by the Bishop of New Westminster of Bishop William Hockin as Episcopal Visitor in the diocese, with delegated pastoral authority in the Parish of St. Clement's Church. We welcome this as a model of respect for those who hold views at variance with the decision of the Synod of New Westminster while preserving the unity and integrity of the Diocese.
We urge all parishes call for alternative episcopal oversight to explore the possibility of finding their own best interests, and those of the wider church, addressed in Bishop Hockin's appointment, and encourage them to explore this possibility with him."
Moved by: Bishop Ferris
Seconded by: Bishop Anderson
"That the motion be amended to end with '...and further, we ask the Diocese of New Westminster not to act unilaterally in the implementation of same gender blessings'."
(The last paragraph in the motion would then read as:
"...We urge all parishes calling for alternative episcopal oversight to explore the possibility of finding their own best interests, and those of the wider church, addressed in Bishop Hockin's appointment, and encourage them to explore this possibility with him, and further, we ask the Diocese of New Westminster not to act unilaterally in the implementation of same gender blessings.")
Discussion followed. The Primate ruled that the change proposed by Bishop Ferris and Bishop Anderson (to the motion by Archbishop Hutchison and Archbishop Morgan) was not an amendment but would be appropriate as a separate motion.
Text
"That this House table the motion until after dinner" CARRIED Res. #HB-03-04-03
Notes
Moved by: Bishop Harvey
Seconded by: Bishop Matthews
"That the motion moved by Archbishop Hutchison and seconded by Archbishop Morgan be removed from the table."
Moved by: Bishop Burton
Seconded by: Bishop Anderson
"That the motion be divided in to motions." LOST
Moved by: Archbishop Finlay
Seconded by: Bishop Matthews
"The House of Bishops requests that Bishop Hockin return to be present at the fall of 2003 and the spring of 2004 meetings and that the expenses be covered by the national office."
Archbishop Finlay withdrew his amendment to the motion. Bishop Ferris gave notice that he would not be putting the amendment he had proposed to the House earlier in the meeting as a separate motion. (The primate had said the revision could not be accepted as an amendment, but that it could be put to the House as a separate motion if the mover and seconder wished to do so.)
A discussion took place
The motion was put before the House. CARRIED Res. #HB 03-04-06
[N.B. The full text of the motion, moved by Archbishop Hutchison and second by Archbishop Morgan, is as follows:
"This House welcomes the appointment by the Bishop of New Westminster of Bishop William Hockin as Episcopal Visitor in the diocese, with delegated pastoral authority in the Parish of St. Clement's Church. We welcome this as a model of respect for those who hold views at variance with the decision of the Synod of New Westminster while preserving the unity and integrity of the Diocese.
We urge all parishes call for alternative episcopal oversight to explore the possibility of finding their own best interests, and those of the wider church, addressed in Bishop Hockin's appointment, and encourage them to explore this possibility with him."]
Subjects
Hockin, William (William Joseph), 1938-
Anglican Church of Canada - Bishops
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of New Westminster
Same sex unions - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Alternative episcopal oversight - Anglican Church of Canada
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Military Ordinariate

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official1466
Date
1990 November 5-9
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1990 November 5-9
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Bishop Clarke
Seconder
Bishop Sperry
Prologue
It was noted that the Bishop Ordinary to the Forces is not included in the Cycle of Prayer and agreed that dioceses should be asked to include the Bishop Ordinary in prayers on the same day as the Diocese of Ottawa. This should be pointed out to the producer of the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, with the request that the Bishop Ordinary to the Forces be included in the future.
Text
That this House of Bishops approve `Anglican Ordinariate of Canada' as the name of the jurisdiction of the Bishop Ordinary. CARRIED
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. Bishop Ordinary to the Armed Forces
Anglican Church of Canada. Bishop Ordinary to the Canadian Forces
Anglican Ordinariate of Canada - Name
Chaplains, Military - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Cycle of Prayer
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Minutes of Meeting of 5-9 February 1990

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official7877
Date
1990 November 5-9
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1990 November 5-9
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Bishop Read
Seconder
Bishop Clarke
Text
That the minutes of the meeting of February 5-9, 1990 be adopted. CARRIED
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. House of Bishops - Minutes
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Minutes of Meeting of 5-9 February 1990

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official10106
Date
1990 November 5-9
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1990 November 5-9
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Bishop Read
Seconder
Bishop Clarke
Text
That the minutes of the meeting of February 5-9, 1990 be adopted. CARRIED
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. House of Bishops - Minutes
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Nomination Committee

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official1680
Date
1994 October 24-28
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1994 October 24-28
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Bishop Townshend
Seconder
Bishop Clarke
Prologue
3. Bishop Bays, Hannen and Beardy were nominated to the Taskforce on Pension for Non-Stipendiary Clergy.
Text
That the nomination be closed. CARRIED
Subjects
Nonstipendiary clergy - Anglican Church of Canada
Pensions - Anglican Church of Canada
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Nomination Committee

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official1681
Date
1994 October 24-28
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1994 October 24-28
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Bishop Stavert
Seconder
Bishop Clarke
Prologue
4. The Nomination Committee requested that Archbishop Payne appoint members to the Taskforce on the Marriage Canon and on the location of weddings.
Text
That the bishops of the Diocese of Newfoundland make up the Taskforce on the Marriage Canon and on where weddings should be allowed to take place. CARRIED
Subjects
Marriage (Canon law) - Anglican Church of Canada
Marriage service - Anglican Church of Canada
Marriage service - Location
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[No title available]

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official7586
Date
2000 May 8-12
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 09-00-05
Date
2000 May 8-12
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 09-00-05
Mover
Bishop Clarke
Seconder
Bishop Stavert
Text
"That the House of Bishops move in camera and that the Primate's Principal Secretary, the Primate's Executive Assistant and the General Secretary be included." CARRIED Res.#HB-09-05-00
Subjects
In camera meetings
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