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Report of the Committee on Ecumenical Affairs (see p.64)

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Date
1964 August 31 - September 3
Source
Executive Council Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1964 August 31 - September 3
Source
Executive Council Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Bishop of Toronto
Seconder
General Secretary
Text
That section 3 (Canadian Council of Churches) as revised, be adopted. CARRIED
Notes
3. Canadian Council of Churches
Your Committee shares with all members of the Council its deep regret at the death in April of the Rev. W.J. Gallagher, who from the inception of the Council has been its able and hard-working General Secretary. Dr. Gallagher was succeeded in May by the Rev. Wilfrid F. Butcher, formerly Minister of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Quebec.
The Biennial Meeting of the Council is being called for November 16th to 19th, 1964 and your Committee submits the following names in nomination as delegates:
The Most Rev. H.H. Clark, D.D., Primate of All Canada
The Most Rev. W.L. Wright, Archbishop of Algoma
The Right Rev. F.H. Wilkinson, Bishop of Toronto
The Right Rev. W.R. Coleman, Bishop of Kootenay
The Right Rev. S.C. Steer, Bishop of Saskatoon
The Right Rev. G.P. Gower, Bishop of New Westminster
The Right Rev. G.N. Luxton, Bishop of Huron
The Right Rev. I.A. Norris, Bishop of Brandon
The Right Rev. H.R. Hunt, Suffragan Bishop of Toronto
The Right Rev. R.L. Seaborn, Assistant Bishop of Newfoundland
The Very Rev. E.B.N. Cochran
The Very Rev. H.L. Nutter
The Ven. D.P. Watney
The Rev. Canon Leslie Hunt
The Rev. Dr. E.R. Fairweather
The Rev. Dr. H.H. Walsh
The Rev. Dr. J.C. Kirby
The Rev. Canon R.R. Latimer
The Rev. Canon A.H. Davis
The Rev. Canon K.H.M. Creal
The Rev. Canon W.E. Hobbs
The Rev. M.P. Wilkinson
Mr. J.R. Ligertwood
Mr. Eric Freeman
Lt.-Col. M.L. Douglas
Mr. J.O. Elton
Judge J.E. Hudson
Dr. A.B. Lucas
Mr. B.G. Robinson
Mrs. J. Robertson
Mrs. R.H. Soward
A Committee has given much time to a consideration of a revision of the Constitution, bringing into focus the aims, work and procedures of the Council.
The Anglican Church was fully represented at the Annual Consultation on International Affairs, held in Ottaws in February 1964.
Delegates were nominated by the M.S.C.C. and C.S.S. to the Consultation on China, June 25th to 27th, 1964.
The grant to the Canadian Council of $6.678 was the full amount requested, in addition to which your Committee contributed $2,184 to the Canadian School of Missions and Ecumenical Institute. The annual grant of $670.00 was made to the Protestant-Roman Catholic Committee.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - Relations - Canadian Council of Churches
Canadian Council of Churches - Finance
Canadian Council of Churches. Meeting (15th : 1964)
Gallagher, William James, 1894-1964
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Report of the Committee on Ecumenical Affairs (see p.64)

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official8120
Date
1964 August 31 - September 3
Source
Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1964 August 31 - September 3
Source
Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Rt. Rev. H.R. Hunt
Seconder
Bishop of Ottawa
Text
That this Executive Council acknowledges with deep gratitude the distinctive and unique service given the Canadian Council of Churches by the late Rev. W.J. Gallagher, D.D., Secretary of the Council since its inception in 1944. In the formation of the Council and its expanding work throughout the years, Dr. Gallagher gave outstanding leadership and in wisdom, courage and patient attention to detail guided the development of the ecumenical movement in Canada, establishing also strong bonds with the World Council of Churches. This Executive Council of General Synod pays warm and thankful tribute to his life and witness and in extending a message of sympathy to Mrs. Gallagher prays for God's continued blessing on her life. CARRIED
Subjects
Gallagher, William James, 1894-1964
Canadian Council of Churches. General Secretary
Canadian Council of Churches - History
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