COMMENTARY: Ut Unum Sint, issued 25 years ago, was the most courageous papal ecumenical proposal since the schism with the Orthodox in 1054 and the Protestant Reformation in 1517.
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Francis received the delegates of Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew I during their visit to Rome for the celebration of the June 29 Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul.
The time-honored custom precedes wool being used to make palliums, a vestment worn by metropolitan archbishops, which signify their unity with the Church of Rome.
A former Anglican priest said, ‘Every now and then, a momentous event takes place. Few if any since the Reformation have more significance than Anglicanorum Coetibus.’
An interview with Opus Dei Father John Wauck of the Holy Cross Pontifical University of Rome