OLD CATHOLIC CONFEDERATION   

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Anglican Communion

The Old Catholic Confederation acknowledges the Bonn Agreement of 1931 between the Church of England and the Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht. The Synod of Bishops of the Old Catholic Confederation further recognizes the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON), the Anglican Church of North America and its Member Churches and the Anglican Continuum Churches in the United States and around the world. The Synod of Bishops of the Old Catholic Confederation remain committed to the ecclesial bond between traditional Old Catholics and traditional Anglicans.


On the Solemnity of the Nativity of Our Lord, December 25, 2013, His Grace, The Most Rev. S. Tilewa Johnson, the late Primate and Metropolitan-Archbishop of the Church of Province of West Africa, officially recognized the Old Catholic Confederation as a "distinct Old Catholic Christian Community" in ecclesial partnership with the Church of the Province of West Africa (Anglican Communion).


His Grace, The Most Rev. Dr. Daniel Yinkah Sarfo is the current Primate and Metropolitan Archbishop of the Province of the Church of West Africa, and he is also an Honorary Bishop of the Old Catholic Confederation.


His Grace, The Most Rev. Dr. Craig J. N. de Paulo, Primate of the Old Catholic Confederation and Archbishop of the United States, also serves in the diplomatic capacity as Episcopal Commissary of the Church of the Province of West Africa to North America. Archbishop de Paulo is the Co-Chair of the Conference of Anglican and Old Catholic Bishops in North and South America.

His Grace, The Most Rev. Dr. Daniel Y. Sarfo

Primate and Archbishop of the Church of the Province of West Africa (Anglican Communion)

His Grace, The Most Rev. Dr. S. Tilewa Johnson

Former Patron of the Old Catholic Confederation

Former Primate and Metropolitan-Archbishop of West Africa

Requiescat in pace.