In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- As Pope John Paul II said, ecumenism, or the promotion of Christian cooperation and unity, must be the concern of every faithful Catholic.
- Against this backdrop one can begin to understand the lack of ecumenism among these movements, despite their shared goal or commitment.
- Theologians and other church leaders need to clarify the church's view of itself, its commitment to ecumenism, and the points at which relativism is problematic.
- Our commitment to a mission of unity and our self articulated sense of being both a catholic and a reformed Church have been wonderful gifts to ecumenism through the years.
- He would have to engage young people, address issues of ecclesial organization, commit himself to ecumenism, and confront the challenges of globalization.
- He refers to many developments in ecumenism and inter-faith dialogue over the past 50 years; he demonstrates how a broad, tolerant religious view now holds sway in the corridors of power.
- The pope was also fully committed to ecumenism and interreligious dialogue.
- Exceptionalism supports imperial globalization and shows no understanding of Christian ecumenism.
- Among the subjects he considers are the diaconate, the priestly office, the office of the bishop, the place of canon law in the life of the church, and ecumenism.
- The ‘Evangelical’ world (forgetting for a moment, churches explicitly committed to ecumenism and multifaith) is in a mess.
- From reading this history one would have no idea of the role played by Anglicans in the fields of scholarship, ecumenism, or social justice.
- Dialogue, collegiality, ecumenism, and positive engagement with ‘the modern world’ began to take concrete form.
- Merton's witness to honest ecumenism and loving religious pluralism is even more needed now than it was in his day.
- One way to address the problem would be to replace an ecumenism of theological dialogues with an ecumenism of ecumenical practical cooperation.
- For decades, its craven instinct for appeasement and its insane preoccupation with ecumenism has undermined the Church it is charged to defend.
- Consider, too, that, were we now to act on our desire for a common celebration of the Eucharist, that would be the end of ecumenism, of the quest for the unity that Christ intends for his disciples.
- In the Catholic understanding, the goal of ecumenism is the completion of that existing unity in full communion.
- As irrevocably committed as the Catholic Church is to ecumenism, I cannot imagine the Magisterium ever endorsing the demotion of defined dogmas to the status of venerable opinion.
- Whether up close or from a distance, Protestant leaders of a variety of stripes recalled the pope's efforts on topics of mutual agreement and credit him with a legacy that advanced ecumenism.
- Implicit in that answer is the understanding that Eucharistic fellowship without unity in faith and ministry would be the end of ecumenism.
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