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Amendment To Canon I

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Date
1989 June 15-23
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 39
Date
1989 June 15-23
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 39
Mover
Rev. R.E. Jensen
Seconder
Rt. Rev. A. Goodings
Prologue
Moved by: Rev. R.E. Jensen
Seconded by: Rt. Rev. A. Goodings
That Canon I be repealed and replaced with the following:
The name of the Church is in English, "The Anglican Church of Canada", and in French, "L'Eglise anglicane du Canada".
Motion to refer
Moved by: Rt. Rev. J.A. Baycroft
Seconded by: Ven. P.R. Coffin
That this General Synod refer the above Amendment to Canon I to the National Executive Council, together with the Memorials on this subject from the Dioceses of Quebec and Montreal. DEFEATED
The Prolocutor suspended debate on this motion in order to acknowledge a scheduled Order of the Day. Further debate on the Amendment to Canon I was rescheduled for Monday afternoon, June 19, 1989. (See page 30.)
Debate resumed on the following resolution (see page 27).
Text
That Canon I be repealed and replaced with the following:
The name of the Church is in English, "The Anglican Church of Canada", and in French, "L'Eglise anglicane du Canada".
The motion was put and CARRIED Act 39
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution. Canon I
Anglican Church of Canada - Name
Anglican Church of Canada - Name in French
Eglise anglicane du Canada
Anglicans, French-speaking - Canada
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Anglicans and French-Canadian Evangelism 1839-1848

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Author
Black, Robert M. (Robert Merrill), 1953-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society
Date
1984 April
Author
Black, Robert M. (Robert Merrill), 1953-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society
Date
1984 April
Volume
26
Issue
1
Page
18-33
Notes
"The attitudes of members of the Church of England towards Protestant evangelism of the French Canadian Roman Catholic population of Lower Canada from 1839- to 1848, and their involvement in the pan-evangelical French Canadian Missionary Society (FCMS) were based on a number of factors. A vocal minority of evangelical Anglicans were convinced of the need for an Anglican presence in the FCMS. Others were more willing to support a separate, denominational French mission, responding to a distaste for involvement with sectarian groups. Their activity occasioned the formation in 1841 of a short-lived Anglican rival to the FCMS, and, in 1848, the opening of the Sabrevois mission. This specifically Anglican mission, while evangelical in origin and support, was in tone balanced, discreet and quiet, showing clearly the moderating influence of Bishop George Jehoshaphat Mountain of Quebec. It built on the success of the Anglican mission schools in attracting French-Canadian Roman Catholic pupils, and on the conversion of a large, respectable French-Canadian family at Sabrevois. Bishop Mountain's concern that the Church of England possess as means to respond to enquiring French-speaking Roman Catholics was fully met" (p. 18).
Subjects
Sabrevois Mission
French Canadian Mission Society
Anglicans, French-speaking - Canada
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Quebec - History
Church of England French Canadian Missionary Society
Mountain, George Jehoshaphat, 1789-1863
Roy, Charles, 1810-1887
Quebec (Province) - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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Diocese of Quebec inaugurates first francophone parish

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Author
Myers, Bruce (Bruce Joseph Andrew)
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2000 January
Author
Myers, Bruce (Bruce Joseph Andrew)
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2000 January
Volume
126
Issue
1
Page
1,3
Notes
Tous les Saints (All Saints) is the first French-speaking parish in the Diocese of Quebec. Many of the parishioners are disaffected Roman Catholics.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Quebec
Anglicans, French-speaking - Canada
Voyer, Pierre
Stavert, Bruce (Alexander Bruce), 1940-
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L'eglise accueille les francophones

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Author
Beauvoir, Oge, 1956-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1991 September
Author
Beauvoir, Oge, 1956-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1991 September
Volume
117
Issue
7
Page
6
Notes
In French. An interview with Mme. Helene Gagne, president of the Diocese of Montreal's Comite de la Pastorale Francophone and member of the parish of Holy Redeemer. Discusses the initiatives Bishop Hutchison has undertaken to make ministry in the diocese bilingual. Also comments on the multilingual and multicultural aspects of the Anglican Communion as a whole.
Subjects
Anglicans, French-speaking - Canada
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Montreal
Hutchison, Andrew S. (Andrew Sandford), 1938-
Multiculturalism - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Multiculturalism - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Bilingualism - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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Francophone parish survived until 60s

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Author
Awcock, Mervyn (Alec Mervyn), 1930-2002
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2000 February
Author
Awcock, Mervyn (Alec Mervyn), 1930-2002
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2000 February
Volume
126
Issue
2
Page
4
Notes
Letter to the editor about a francophone parish in the Diocese of Quebec in first part of 20th century.
Subjects
Anglicans, French-speaking - Canada
Voyer, Pierre, 1939-
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Quebec
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Francophones a la communion

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Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1989 February
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1989 February
Volume
115
Issue
2
Page
6
Subjects
Anglicans, French-speaking - Canada
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Francophones' report urges evangelization

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Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1993 February
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1993 February
Volume
119
Issue
2
Page
3
Notes
Report arises out of a consultation on francophone ministry called by the primate last year.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - Francophones
Multiculturalism - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglicans, French-speaking - Canada
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French/English Project

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Date
1977 August
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 67
Date
1977 August
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 67
Mover
The Rev. J.A. Baycroft
Seconder
The Very Rev. R.H. Hobbs
Text
That in translating into French the name of the Church, "The Anglican Church of Canada", to ensure uniformity it is agreed that the designation be "L'Eglise Episcopale du Canada". CARRIED ACT 67
Notes
[See also Memorial 19 to General Synod entitled "French Sub-Title - Anglican Church of Canada" from the Diocese of Ottawa on p. 178 of the 1977 Journal of Proceedings.
Text of Memorial 19:
(i) Diocese of Ottawa
That the recommendation from Clarendon Deanery regarding the sub-title of the Anglican Church of Canada with "L'Eglise Episcopal du Quebec" be received and forwarded with supporting documentation to General Synod for study and action.
Note: Supporting Information
After some discussion of what would be an adequate alternate French name for our Anglican Church, we, the Deanery Clericus of Clarendon, move that permission be given to use the phrase "L'Eglise Episcopale au Quebec" as a French alternative. We also recommend that you accept this alternate title for your letterhead and for any church advertisement in Quebec. In addition, if you agree, we suggest that the office of the Primate be encouraged by you to do the same. Our reasons are:
- 1) The title "Eglise Anglicane" means literally the English (Peoples) Church.
- 2) There are many signs to encourage us to believe that we should begin to reach out to the inactive and unchurched Francophone peoples in our Province (P.Q.)
- (3) The identification of us as Episcopal has North American and world-wide identification and with the added "au Quebec" distinguishes us clearly from the Church in the U.S.A. The only risks which we see in this name (title) are: (i) the identification of the non-francophone community of Episcopal (as a word) with the Church in the U.S.A. (ii) the naming of the Church as "au Quebec" could be seen as supporting the nationalist atmosphere in the Province. Our consensus is that at this time a strong name which indicates that we are indigenous to Quebec is important. We also believe if we are to have a french title that it must be easily identified with our world-wide communion.]
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - Name
Anglican Church of Canada - Name in French
French/English Project
Anglicans, French-speaking - Canada
Quebec (Province) - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Eglise Episcopale du Canada
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French/English Relations

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Date
1978 November 1-3
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1978 November 1-3
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Dr. R.J. Gardiner
Seconder
Rev. R. Blyth
Prologue
Canon Reg Turpin presented a verbal report in which he remarked that although a few pieces of material have now been published the National office must speed up translation of needed material. He named those groups who are now moving into bilingual type meetings, and stated that now more than ever the French/English project needs to have a greater emphasis.
Text
Resolved
1. That the project on French/English relations be continued to
a) provide liaison
i) to help the Anglican Church of Canada (L'Eglise Episcopale du Canada) throughout Quebec to adapt to the new "French Look" in the Province;
ii) to continue to promote closer relationships with the Francophone Roman Catholic and Protestant Churches in Quebec and with their National and Provincial organizations;
iii) to interpret to the Church across Canada what is happening in Quebec and in the French Canadian community at large outside Quebec
and
that a budget and structure be provided as follows:
i) that support for a liaison officer continue for an additional year at a level similar to that in 1978 - $7,500 stipend and expenses;
ii) that the liaison officer continue to be responsible to the Primate who shall consult with the six bishops with jurisdiction in the Province of Quebec.
b) allow for development
i) of a bilingual capacity in the Church to permit it to minister in French;
ii) to permit production of suitable "tools" such as language training, liturgies, educational materials, etc.;
iii) of an innovative program of mission and evangelism looking eventually to the establishment of new Francophone congregations;
and that a budget and structure be provided as follows:
i) that a block grant of $12,500 be provided;
ii) that it be administered by a Committee of the six bishops with the jurisdiction in the Province of Quebec.
2. That a budget of $5,000 be provided to allow certain National documents, press releases and other National Church correspondence to be translated into the French language. CARRIED
Notes
A request was made that there be liaison with the Diocese of Fredericton in the area of bilingualism.
Subjects
French/English Project
Turpin, Reginald M. (Reginald Matthew), 1915-2009
Quebec (Province) - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Bilingualism - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Multiculturalism - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Documentation - Translation into French
Anglicans, French-speaking - Canada
Canada - English-French relations
Eglise Episcopale du Canada
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