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“Our meeting is marked by the suffering we share on account of the wars that beset various regions of the Middle East and in particular for the violence suffered by Christians and members of other religious minorities, especially in Iraq and Syria," said Pope Francis Thursday morning, as he received in audience His...read more
Articles from section "Ecumenism"
An Ecumenical Walk of Witness through the streets of Birmingham City Centre on Good Friday was not “a protest against commercial activities” but rather a demonstration of the Christian belief …read more
In a telegram to the Chief Rabbi of Rome, Pope Francis has wished the Jewish community of Rome, as well as the entire Jewish people, a ‘Happy Pesach (Passover)’. The eight-day celebration …read more
Unity among Christians is a priority for the Church at the highest level, with Pope Francis joining his predecessors in leading the prayer for unity. That priority translates into concerted …read more
ARCIC stands for the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission. This meeting of Anglican and Catholic hearts and minds was kicked off in the wake of the Second Vatican Council. An …read more
Answered by Legionary of Christ Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy and dean of theology at the Regina Apostolorum university. Q: Canon 1248 of the Latin-rite Code of Canon Law …read more