|The Charity’s first registered office was at St Mary le Bow, Cheapside, where on 2 December 2006 we celebrated our 15th Anniversary.
From the beginning Affirming Catholicism was never intended to be another ‘party’ within the Church, but rather a movement of inspiration and hope open to all who wish to deepen their faith and to promote the Catholic tradition in Anglicanism.
The charity promotes the aims of the movement by producing educational material to inform and resource people to grow in the Christian faith and by informing and influencing debates in the Church by helping people to engage in the underlying theological issues.
The movement has supporters who entirely fund the work of the organisation in every English Diocese and national groups in Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
|Local supporters worship, hold discussion, go on retreats and pilgrimages, and celebrate regularly together.
There are supporters, including some affiliated groups, in North America, South Africa, Australia and many other parts of the Communion.
There are nearly one hundred Affirming Catholics in Synod (ACiS) of the Church of England.
Residential conferences have covered themes such as Living the Mystery, the Eucharist, Evangelism, Tradition, Creation and Social Justice with papers published in book form.
In addition, the movement has published over 30 journals and booklets. Discounts on our publications are available to our supporters.