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COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION RESOURCES COMMITTEE #008-02-11-11 : Anglican Journal Committee - Terms of Reference and Membership

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Date
2011 November 18-20
Source
Council of General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 06-11-11
Date
2011 November 18-20
Source
Council of General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 06-11-11
Mover
Bishop Dennis Drainville
Seconder
Archdeacon Harry Huskins
Prologue
De-Incorporation of the Anglican Journal
Mr. Vianney (Sam) Carriere informed Council that legal steps to de-incorporate the Anglican Journal were underway and would be completed by the end of the year.
Anglican Journal Committee - Terms of Reference and Membership
Text
That the Council of General Synod:
- 1. Approve the attached terms of reference and membership for the Anglican Journal Committee.
- 2. Pursuant to section 34 c) of the Constitution, appoint a committee having this membership and terms of reference.
- 3. Take the request for the creation of the new Standing Committee to General Synod with the appropriate consequential amendments to the Constitution and Appendix C to the Handbook.
The mover and seconder accepted a friendly amendment to the Terms of Reference, adding the sentence “When expression of opinion conflicts with official church policy, as stated by decisions of the General Synod or the Council of the General Synod, the newspaper will, at the same time, carry an explanation by an informed spokesperson of the official position of the church.” to point v.
ADOPTED #06-11-11
Notes
The Anglican Journal Committee Terms of Reference are attached as Appendix C.
APPENDIX C
Terms of Reference for the Anglican Journal Committee
The Anglican Journal Committee shall consist of the members of the Communications and Information Resources Committee sitting as the Anglican Journal Committee plus one additional member appointed by the Primate from the membership of the Anglican Editors. Association (AEA).
The Anglican Journal Committee shall elect a Chair from its membership, but who shall not also chair the Communications and Information Resources Committee.
The committee shall:
- i. Be the publisher of the Anglican Journal
- ii. Monitor, defend and safeguard the editorial independence of the Anglican Journal
- iii. Support the work of Anglican Journal staff and advise staff as requested
- iv. Explore and work on areas of mutual interest with the Communications and Information Resources Committee
- v. Produce, publish and distribute a national newspaper of interest to the members of the Anglican Church of Canada, with an independent editorial policy and not being an official voice of or for the church. When expression of opinion conflicts with official church policy, as stated by decisions of the General Synod or the Council of the General Synod, the newspaper will, at the same time, carry an explanation by an informed spokesperson of the official position of the church.
- vi. Provide a means to distribute diocesan newspapers and other materials as inserts to the national newspaper
- vii. Maintain a database containing pertinent circulation information that will be available for the national and diocesan offices of the Anglican Church of Canada
- viii. Exercise functions common to all committees, namely
-- a) Develop annual budget proposals
-- b) Communicate with other committees and groups
-- c) Report regularly to the Council of General Synod
-- d) At least once a triennium review its own mandate and review policies governing the various areas of work of the Anglican Journal
Adopted by the Council of General Synod November 2011
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. Anglican Journal Committee - Terms of Reference
Anglican Journal
Editorial independence
Religious newspapers and periodicals - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada. Communications and Information Resources Committee
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Confirmation of Terms of Reference of Standing Committees

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Date
2013 July 3-7
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 14
Date
2013 July 3-7
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 14
Mover
Chancellor David P. Jones
Seconder
The Ven. Dr. Harry Huskins
Text
That this General Synod confirm the adoption of changes made by the Council of General Synod to the terms of reference of standing committees: 1. Communications and Information Resources Committee—terms of reference approved by COGS in May 2008, inadvertently not referred to General Synod 2010, referred by COGS in November 2010 to the current Handbook Concerns Committee for action at General Synod 2013 (as contained at page 136 in Appendix B in the current Handbook). 2. Communications and Information Resources Committee—references to “the Anglican Journal Board” in paragraphs 1 e) and 2 b) changed to “the Anglican Journal Committee” by COGS in May 2012. 3. Philanthropy Committee—terms of reference approved by COGS in November 2010 (as contained at page 138 in Appendix B in the current Handbook, with additional changes noted in #4 and #5 below.) 4. Philanthropy Committee—name change from “Philanthropy Committee” to “Resources for Mission Committee” in section 6 of Appendix B)—approved by COGS in March 2011. 5. Resources for Mission Committee—change in the first item in the terms of reference to read: “a) Develop and continue to update a theology of stewardship for the church.”—approved by COGS in November 2012. 6. Anglican Journal—adoption of terms of reference for the new Anglican Journal Committee (to be included as part 7 in Appendix B of the Handbook) and removal of the terms of reference for the former Anglican Journal Corporation (Appendix C in the Handbook)—approved by COGS in November 2011: 7. Anglican Journal Committee The Committee shall: (i) Be the publisher of the Anglican Journal. (ii) Monitor, defend and safeguard the editorial independence of the Anglican Journal. (iii) Support the work of the Anglican Journal staff and advise staff as requested. (iv) Explore and work on areas of mutual interest with the Communications and Information Resources Committee. (v) Produce, publish and distribute a national newspaper of interest to the members of the Anglican Church of Canada, with an independent editorial policy and not being an official voice of or for the church. When expression of opinion conflicts with official church policy, as stated by decisions of the General Synod or the Council of General Synod, the newspaper will, at the same time, carry an explanation by an informed spokesperson of the official position of the church. (vi) Provide a means to distribute diocesan newspapers and other materials as inserts to the national newspaper. (vii) Maintain a data base containing pertinent circulation information that will be available to the national and diocesan offices of the Anglican Church of Canada. (viii) Exercise functions to all committees, namely (a) Develop annual budget proposals (b) Communicate with other committees and groups (c) Report regularly to the Council of General Synod (d) At least once a triennium review its own mandate and review policies governing the various areas of work of the Anglican Journal. 7. Communications and Information Resources—revise terms of reference: Section 1 (d) – remove the reference to the library and Ministry Matters; Section 2 (b) remove the sentence, “At the appropriate time in the triennium, the Communications and Information Resources Committee may nominate possible names to the Council of General Synod for membership on the Anglican Journal Board.”— approved by COGS in March 2013. CARRIED Act 14
Subjects
Handbook of the General Synod of The Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod - Committees - Terms of reference
Anglican Church of Canada. Anglican Journal Committee - Terms of Reference
Anglican Church of Canada. Communications and Information Resources Committee - Terms of reference
Anglican Church of Canada. Philanthropy Committee - Name
Anglican Church of Canada. Resources for Mission Committee - Name
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HANDBOOK CONCERNS COMMITTEE : #036-01-13-03

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Date
2013 March 14-17
Source
Council of General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 26-03-13
Date
2013 March 14-17
Source
Council of General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 26-03-13
Mover
Chancellor David Jones
Seconder
The Ven. Harry Huskins
Prologue
Chancellor Jones presented the report and provided a detailed explanation for each of the following Parts – A, B and C – and it was agreed that the committee’s requests would be placed before COGS as an omnibus resolution:
- A. Changes made by the Council of General Synod
- B. Consequential Amendments to References in the Constitution, and
- C. Canon XIX – Forms required.
Text
That the Council of General Synod receive the report of the Handbook Concerns Committee and forward it to General Synod 2013 with a recommendation that General Synod enact appropriate resolutions.
1. Changes made by the Council of General Synod
Confirmation of Terms of Reference of Standing Committees
Resolved that General Synod confirm the adoption or changes made by the Council of General Synod to the terms of reference of standing committees:
1. Communications and Information Resources Committee—terms of reference approved by COGS in May 2008, inadvertently not referred to General Synod 2010, referred by COGS in November 2010 to the current Handbook Concerns Committee for action at General Synod 2013 (as contained at page 136 in Appendix B in the current Handbook).
2. Communications and Information Resources Committee—references to “the Anglican Journal Board” in paragraphs 1 e) and 2 b) changed to “the Anglican Journal Committee” by COGS in May 2012.
3. Philanthropy Committee—terms of reference approved by COGS in November 2010 (as contained at page 138 in Appendix B in the current Handbook, with additional changes noted in #4 and #5 below.)
4. Philanthropy Committee—name change from “Philanthropy Committee” to “Resources for Mission Committee” in section 6 of Appendix B)—approved by COGS in March 2011.
5. Resources for Mission Committee—change in the first item in the terms of reference to read: “a) Develop and continue to update a theology of stewardship for the church.” —approved by COGS in November 2012.
6. Anglican Journal—adoption of terms of reference for the new Anglican Journal Committee (to be included as part 7 in Appendix B of the Handbook) and removal of the terms of reference for the former Anglican Journal Corporation (Appendix C in the Handbook)—approved by COGS in November 2011:
7. Anglican Journal Committee
- The Committee shall:
- (i) Be the publisher of the Anglican Journal.
- (ii) Monitor, defend and safeguard the editorial independence of the Anglican Journal.
- (iii) Support the work of the Anglican Journal staff and advise staff as requested.
- (iv) Explore and work on areas of mutual interest with the Communications and Information Resources Committee.
- (v) Produce, publish and distribute a national newspaper of interest to the members of the Anglican Church of Canada, with an independent editorial policy and not being an official voice of or for the church. When expression of opinion conflicts with official church policy, as stated by decisions of the General Synod or the Council of General Synod, the newspaper will, at the same time, carry an explanation by an informed spokesperson of the official position of the church.
- (vi) Provide a means to distribute diocesan newspapers and other materials as inserts to the national newspaper.
- (vii) Maintain a data base containing pertinent circulation information that will be available to the national and diocesan offices of the Anglican Church of Canada.
- (viii) Exercise functions to all committees, namely
-- a) Develop annual budget proposals
-- b) Communicate with other committees and groups
-- c) Report regularly to the Council of General Synod
-- d) At least once a triennium review its own mandate and review policies governing the various areas of work of the Anglican Journal.
2. Consequential Amendments to References in the Constitution
Resolved that General Synod amend the Constitution as follows:
- 1. in section 33 e) iii), change “In” to “in”; [typographical error]
- 2. in section 33 f) iii), change the reference to “subsection 33 a) viii)” to “subsection 33 a) vii)”; [typographical error]
- 3. in section 39 a) vi), change the name of the “Philanthropy Committee” to “Resources for Mission Committee”; [COGS March 2011]
- 4. in section 39 a), after vi) add “vii) Anglican Journal Committee”; [COGS November 2011]
- 5. in section 39 g), replace paragraph iv) with the following:
-- “iv) the national communications director of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada.” [COGS May 2012]
- 6. in section 39, after g) add:
-- “h) The Anglican Journal Committee shall consist of the members of the Communications and Information Committee sitting as the Anglican Journal Committee plus one additional member appointed by the Primate from the membership of the Anglican Editors’ Association (AEA).”
- and re-letter the following paragraphs accordingly. [COGS May 2012]
3. Canon XIX – Forms for Reinstatement or Restoration of the Exercise of Ministry
Resolved that General Synod amend Canon XIX to include forms for the reinstatement or restoration of the exercise of ministry in the Anglican Church of Canada.
ADOPTED #26-03-13
Notes
The forms are attached as Appendix D.
Correction to Appendix J of the Handbook – Anglican Award of Merit
The references to “the Council of General Synod” in the opening words of paragraph 2 a) and in sub-paragraphs a) ii) and a) iii) will be corrected to read “the National Executive Council”. [Note: Approval to make this correction is not required, as the appendix is for information and reference purposes only.]
Committee for Next triennium
The Council of General Synod needs to appoint the members of the Handbook Concerns Committee for the next triennium.
Appendix D
Page 1
FORMS FOR THE REINSTATEMENT OR RESTORATION OF THE EXERCISE OF MINISTRY IN THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA
CANON XIX
NOTICE OF REINSTATEMENT TO MINISTRY
(after prior relinquishment)
[three blank lines]
To: The Primate and all diocesan bishops in The Anglican Church of Canada
[two blank lines]
This is notification that I have reinstated . . . . [name] . . . . to the exercise of ordained ministry in The Anglican Church of Canada, pursuant to General Synod Canon XIX, section 1 e).
[one blank line]
The reinstatement was effective on . . . [date].
[three blank lines]
Signed _____________________________________
Bishop of the Diocese of ______________________ [*]
Date _____________________________________
[* Note: The Bishop making the reinstatement must be the diocesan Bishop or the successor to the diocesan Bishop who accepted the relinquishment.]
Page 2
NOTICE OF RESTORATION TO MINISTRY
(after prior abandonment)
To: The Primate, Metropolitans and all diocesan bishops in The Anglican Church of Canada
This is notification that I have restored . . . . [name] . . . . to the exercise of ordained ministry in The Anglican Church of Canada, pursuant to General Synod Canon XIX, section 2 g).
The restoration was effective on . . . [date].
Signed _________________________________________
Bishop of the Diocese of ___________________________ [*]
Date _________________________________________
[* Note: The Bishop making the restoration must be the diocesan Bishop or the successor to the diocesan Bishop who affirmed the abandonment.]
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Handbook Concerns Committee
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees - Terms of reference
Anglican Church of Canada. Anglican Journal Committee - Terms of Reference
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution. Canon XIX
Anglican Church of Canada - Clergy - Deposition
Anglican Church of Canada - Clergy - Discipline
Anglican Church of Canada - Clergy - Licensing
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