Two Canadian Anglicans have been appointed to ecumenical panels with Reformed and Oriental Orthodox Christians.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • A parish home to Episcopalians and Roman Catholics for more than 36 years needs a new priest.
Pope Francis: “Our progress towards full communion will not be the fruit of human actions alone.”
Bishop Christopher Epting: Has Christ been divided? Yes and no.
The College of Emmanuel and St. Chad has awarded an honorary fellowship to ecumenist Donald Bolen,
The Archbishop of Canterbury and Pope Francis will discuss their efforts against slavery and human trafficking.
The Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission continues to build on its model of receptive ecumenism.
Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo has noted that the 36-year-old congregation’s interim Catholic priest is in poor health and has been unable to serve consistently.
The Rev. Tony Currer: ARCIC will look at “how far we’ll be using the tool of ‘receptive ecumenism.’”
“It is hard to see how our differences in moral theology and ecclesiology will be resolved, and it is not clear to many whether they should be.”