ecumenical


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unifying

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so pervasive and all-inclusive as to exist in or affect the whole world

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concerned with promoting unity among churches or religions

of worldwide scope or applicability

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The three documents are cairns along the path toward prudent and pragmatic ecumenical leadership--"how the church 'in each place' manages its life in relation to its witness in the world.
The bulk of the book is occupied by Granberg-Michaelson's evaluation of the past, present, and future of the ecumenical movement.
Basic documents for ecumenical formation are from the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.
Other problems of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, not just the Halki School, are not disappearing.
Other panelists include the Senior Advisor for Theology, Ecumenical Education and Research at Bread for the World - Protestant Development Service, Reverend Professor Dr Dietrich Werner and WCC Director of Communication, Marianne Ejdersten.
At the annual fundraiser, the Naperville Newcomers and Neighbors Club awarded Ecumenical Adult Care of Naperville with a generous donation.
To mark the 60th anniversary of the founding of CCA, celebrated on 15 October 2017 during the Asia Mission Conference in Yangon, Myanmar, this issue of The Ecumenical Review focuses on the theme of "Ecumenical Theology in Asia.
Thus, the Edinburgh 1910 World Missionary Conference became the precursor to the ecumenical era of the 20th century.
His Ecumenical Dynamic proposes transcending narrow confines and entering into and identifying oneself with a dynamic that unites people.
The way we employ that theory is not meant to suggest how Certeau would engage ecumenical dialogue.
After an introductory chapter the book falls into two main sections, the first reviewing the commitment of the ecumenical movement to such issues as peace, justice, and the environment, while the second deals with major challenges such as relationships with Catholic and Orthodox churches and the "add on" approach to ecumenism within some denominations.
2]uan and his government have huge admiration for the pope but are allergic to the ecumenical patriarch.
In ecumenical mission, however, the target group is much broader and the focus is generally on social justice for the poor and oppressed and shalom for all creatures in the world.
An ecumenical catechism would capture what Kasper called the "achievements" of 40 years of ecumenical dialogue.
The Canadian resources are produced by an ecumenical committee, co-ordinated by the Council's Commission on Faith and Witness.
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