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Thomas Ryan, CSP
In this inspirational book, Fr. Thomas Ryan harvests his thirty-five years of experience in the work for Christian unity, putting it on the table for popular consumption and to renew energy for the cause. In addition, he gives voice to the ...
Theological Reflections on the Pilgrimage of Mission
Edited by Mitzi J. Budde and Don Thorsen
Although Christians minister in various ways, the authors of Unity in Mission contend that Christians may be-come more unified as they focus together on the mission of the church because their ministries provide rewarding opportunities to ...
Ecumenical Follow Up Joint Declartion
Lutheran World Federation
Investigates the biblical foundations of the doctrine of justification, an official document of the Catholic Church and the Lutheran World Foundation, and represents a new level of ecumenical relations since it expresses the official position of ...
Churches on a Theological Journey
Edited by Antonios Kireopoulos with Juliana Mecera
Commemorates the experience of Faith & Order in North America by collecting key presentations from the 50th anniversary conference, which study Faith & Order's past and present and offer a vision for ecumenism's future.
Guide for Catholics
Ralph Del Colle
Seeks to inform Catholics about the essentials of Evangelicalism so that they can dialogue with Evangelicals about, the commonalities that they share with them, and the differences that need to be negotiated.
Dialogues between Christian Traditions
Ann K Riggs,Ph.D
Ecumenical dialogue papers by participants in the ecclesiology study group of the Faith and Order Commission, National Council of the Churches of Christ.
Catholics & Orthodox in Dialogue
A unique insight into the contemporary thinking of established Catholic and Orthodox scholars on the theme that is at the heart of the ecumenical dialogue: the ministry of the Bishop of Rome.
Reformed and Roman Catholic scholars in France reach significant agreement on the role of Mary in Christian faith.
An overview of the history, content and future of the modern ecumenical movement, with particular attention to Catholic leadership and the results of dialogues among the churches.
A scholarly study of the parables and stories in biblical tradition to help discover the common heritage of Christians and Jews.
Statement of Pope Paul VI
Rev. Thomas Stransky, CSP
Essential resource for ecumenism.
Ecumenical Resources Resp Religious Pluralism
Writers from eleven different Christian traditions share their confession's characteristic approaches to the challenges and possibilities raised by religious pluralism.
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