Order of Corporate Reunion
The Order of Corporate Reunion is an ecumenical and interdenominational association of clergy and laity of Anglican origin, founded by Frederick George Lee
Frederick George Lee
Frederick George Lee was a priest of the Church of England, author, and founder of the Order of Corporate Reunion.-Life:...

, Thomas Mossman and Joseph Seccombe in London
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 in 1874.

The Order of Corporate Reunion regards valid apostolic succession
Apostolic Succession
Apostolic succession is a doctrine, held by some Christian denominations, which asserts that the chosen successors of the Twelve Apostles, from the first century to the present day, have inherited the spiritual, ecclesiastical and sacramental authority, power, and responsibility that were...

 as an essential aspect of the church. It is now principally associated with the Independent Sacramental Movement
Independent Sacramental Movement
The Independent Sacramental Movement refers to the extremely loose collection of orders, churches, jurisdictions, and freelance clergy made up of sacramental Christians who are not part of the historic sacramental denominations...


The current primate of the order is the Most Reverend Peter Paul Brennan
Peter Paul Brennan
Peter Paul Brennan is the bishop of the Ecumenical Catholic Diocese of the Americas , a bishop of the African Orthodox Church, the Primate of the Order of Corporate Reunion, and the current President of Married Priests Now!...

, succeeding Bertil Persson
Bertil Persson
Nils Bertil Alexander Persson is a professor in religion and church arts and the Presiding Bishop of the Apostolic Episcopal Church...

who is now primate emeritus.

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