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Topic: Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission

Unity is distant but still our goal, Pope tells Anglican leader

Pope Francis held an audience with the Archbishop of Canterbury this morning

The Catholic co-chairman of ARCIC III is reported as having said that the ban on administering Communion to Anglicans might be relaxed. Well, did he?

Archbishop Longley ought now to issue a retraction, or ‘clarification’ of some kind, in an attempt to undo the damage his interview has done

We need ARCIC III to guide us along the difficult path to unity

Ecumenism is part of the very DNA of the Church

Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor: ‘I thought of being called Benedict if elected pope’

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor tells Luke Coppen about his hopes for unity and the joy of choosing a pope

Cardinal: disestablishment would benefit the Church of England

Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor celebrates his 80th birthday today

Morning Catholic must-reads: 11/05/12

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ARCIC III sounds like a lot of hot air

After the creation of the Personal Ordinariate there’s not much left to talk about

Morning Catholic must-reads: 04/02/11

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