The Friends of the Anglican Centre in Rome are men and women, priests and lay people, the newly curious as well as committed ecumenists, young, old and everything in between. We hold a diversity of views on social, political, and theological positions, and have many different ways of trying to understand unity between the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church. Most of all, each and every one of us is committed to a dialogue between our churches that is never dull, that is alternatively frustrating and rewarding, and that’s always worth the effort. There’s an important conversation going on... and there’s room for you in it. 

The Centre is a resource for the entire Anglican Communion and beyond; it is supported in the US by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, many other bishops, and generous donors from each province in the US. It is there for course takers, scholars, casual visitors and especially for groups on pilgrimage.

The Michael Ramsey Society comprises donors of $1000 or more to the Anglican Centre in Rome, made through the American Friends of the Anglican Centre in Rome, a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to inter-church understanding. Its Executive Committee is appointed by the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church USA. Contributions, which are tax-deductible under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, should be sent to the USA Executive Treasurer. A special appeal is made to parish Outreach Committees to help support the Centre.

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Send an email to James Trager

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New York City
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Send an email to Kurt Dunkle

Visit the American Friends' website.