The Apostolic Succession of Bishops

THE HISTORIC EPISCOPATE

or

APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION OF BISHOPS

as received by

THE  TRADITIONAL  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  IN   BRITAIN

 

John Moore  88th Archbishop of Canterbury 1783 – 1805

was chief consecrator of

William White  1st Bishop of Pennsylvania

who was chief consecrator of

John Henry Hopkins  2nd Bishop of Vermont

who was chief consecrator of

Daniel S Tuttle  1st Bishop of Montana

who was chief consecrator of

James deWolfe Perry  7th Bishop of Rhode Island

who was chief consecrator of

Henry K Sherrill  9th Bishop of Massachusetts

who was chief consecrator of

Arthur Lichtenberger  6th Bishop of Missouri

who was chief consecrator of

Albert Arthur Chambers  7th Bishop of Springfield (retd)

who was chief consecrator of

James Orin Mote, Bishop in the Anglican Catholic Church

who was chief consecrator of

Louis Wahl Falk  1st Primate of the Traditional Anglican Communion

who was chief consecrator of

Samuel Peter Prakash, Archbishop of the Anglican Church of India &

Acting Primate of the Traditional Anglican Communion

who was the chief consecrator of

Charles Ian Gray  1st Bishop of the Traditional Anglican Church in Britain

at a ceremony held in the pro-Cathedral Church of St Katherine’s, Lincoln

on the Feast of St Luke, Friday the 18th of October, in the Year of Our Lord 2013

assisted by the Rt Revd Craig Botterill, Suffragan of the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada, and the Rt Revd David O Robarts OAM, of the Anglican Catholic Church in Australia, and with the participation of the Rt Revd Michael Gill, Bishop Ordinary of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, the Rt Revd Shane B Janzen, Bishop Ordinary and Metropolitan of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Rt Revd Brian Marsh, Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Church in  America, and the Rt Revd Stephen Strawn, Bishop of the Diocese of the Missouri Valley, ACA.

[ The Most Revds L W Falk and S P Prakash also received conditional consecration by sometime Anglican Communion bishops Robert Mercer CR, Charles Boynton and Robert Mize on the 1st October 1991, at the formation of the TAC. Bishop Mize was consecrated by Joost de Blank, Archbishop of Capetown (with others), on the 27th of November 1960, and Joost de Blank was consecrated  on  the  25th July 1952,  by bishops including Geoffrey Francis Fisher 99th Archbishop of Canterbury, 1945 – 61 ].  

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