Last article of section "Ecumenism"
On 21 November 1964, after a long and laborious process, the Council Fathers approved the decree on ecumenism, “Unitatis Redintegratio” by 2,137 votes to 11. The document, which undoubtedly marked a qualitative leap in the relations between the Catholic Church and the other Churches and ecclesial Communities, conti...read more
Articles from section "Ecumenism"
Pope Francis has conveyed his good wishes and prayers for a successful and inspiring day in the UK aimed at promoting unity between the Catholic and Anglican Churches and ecumenical dialogue. …read more
The Russian Orthodox Church has expressed its regret over the decision by the Church of England to allow women bishops, saying it is a diversion from the “initial church order” and follows “ …read more
In 1978 I was a theological student in the Church of England preparing for ordination. Training with us men were women who were completing the same course. A few years earlier in the …read more
Here is a statement released Monday by Reverend Keith Newton, the leader of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham. The statement responds to Monday's vote by the Church of …read more
The Anglican Church of England will allow women bishops after an historic vote during the ecclesial community's general synod. The Daily Telegraph reports that 81 per cent of synod members …read more