Is the ecumenical project any more than just politeness?

Oct 13, 2016 by

CEN Editorial: The meeting in Rome between the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop of Rome, Pope Francis, was widely reported. Dr Welby gave his pectoral cross to Francis in a grand gesture of goodwill and brotherhood in the faith. But he also said that there were major differences between the...

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Archbishop Justin Welby And Pope Francis Want Christian Unity. Will They Get It?

Oct 5, 2016 by

by Ruth Gledhill, Christian Today: When Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby join in prayer at vespers, or evening prayers, in San Gregorio al Celio church in Rome, this will mark another step towards unity between Anglicans and Catholics. They will literally be singing from...

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Anglican-Catholic dialogue hammering out the ‘tough difficulties’

May 17, 2016 by

by Michael Swan, The Catholic Register: TORONTO – After nearly 50 years of discourse between the Catholic and Anglican communions, the official dialogue body wants to fine-tune how it studies the differences and similarities between two churches which both call themselves Catholic. “ARCIC III...

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Vatican response to Primates’ gathering

Jan 21, 2016 by

By Anthony Currer, Anglican Ink: [Italian original below] To respond to the Gospel message with faith immediately implies a whole network of relationships, it implies that something is owed to those others who have also responded in faith. This is true of individual Christians and it is true of...

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