COMMENTARY: While deep theological differences exist, many Christians have found a way to live and work together and to be friends and brothers in Christ.
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COMMENTARY: The argument from fruits isn’t a very useful one when someone really disagrees with you.
Amid war and ecumenical turmoil, will this summer see a historic meeting between the Pope and the Russian Orthodox Patriarch?
A symposium co-hosted by the Belgian and British embassies to the Holy See focused on the consequences of the historical event that has inspired the ecumenical movements of the past 100 years.
An Orthodox delegation, led by Metropolitan Emmanuel of Chalcedon, arrived in Rome ahead of the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul on June 29.
The Holy Father sent a video message to a gathering of the John 17 Movement, an ecumenical group, on June 9.
The Holy Father Pope said the document reaffirmed that “legitimate diversity is in no way opposed to the Church’s unity, but rather enhances her splendor and contributes greatly to the fulfilment of her mission.”
The Holy Father said the Catholic and Orthodox Churches must take further steps to build on the fraternal dialogue recommenced through the Holy Spirit.