(ENI) Anglican-Roman Catholic meeting ponders ecumenical dialogue

Posted by Kendall Harmon

As the May 4 – 10 meeting of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) drew to a close, participants emphasized the importance of social witness and openness in ecumenical dialogue.

“There seem to be many obstacles from a human point of view, and it does not seem likely to have fully visible unity in the near future,” New Zealand Anglican Archbishop David Moxon, the co-chairperson of the meeting, said on May 8. “We can, however, do a lot of things together during this slow process,” he added.

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1. Ad Orientem wrote:

Translation: The dream of Anglo-Catholic corporate reunion is dead. The death certificate should have been dated for sometime in the 1970’s. But at least they have more or less admitted it.

May 9, 6:52 pm | [comment link]
2. A Senior Priest wrote:

Why anyone at all would want any kind of union with TEC is beyond me. And I serve in TEC.

May 9, 10:34 pm | [comment link]
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